Sup, dudes? Get ready, ’cause I’m totally amped for this one! Chartroose, my favorite quantum maja, has come up with a freakin’ tight scoop this time. Today’s winner will receive this pimpin’ shibby messenger bag:
Isn’t it one of the most cooleoleol bags you’ve ever seen in your life? If you’d like to try to win this, the rules are simple: just guess the title and author of the book I’ll be explaining and write your response in the comments. The first correct answer wins!
Here is my synopsis of the novel:
This book is about an abandoned (because she is a meanie) woman and her three grown kids: two brothers and a sister. All of them are, like, totally messed-up. The oldest son is always gankin’ his younger brother and is jealous that his mother loves him more. (He despises his younger brother so much that he stole his fiancee away from him years before). The younger dude is a gentle soul, and he’s also a feeder: he tries to bring all the haters in his family together through food. Their baby sister doesn’t eat and takes antidepressants and goes from one zaboob relationship to another. None of them are happy, especially the mother, who bites it near the end of the book. The father comes back to see his kids once more, and they all reach a kind of peace with each other. Even the oldest brother, who is a total tool, forgives his father for leaving them. This sad, but totally coolaphonic novel won several literary prizes, and was nominated for a really big one. Chartroose thought it should have won the big one, and she also thinks that it’s the most gnarly novel written by this particular author.
Here are some extra hints: the author is female and the novel was written about 25 years ago. Also, the mother is named after a round iridescent sand deposit thingy.
Be the first to write the title and author and win the awesome prize. Good luck, dudes!