More Snapshots? From My Uneventful Life by David I. Aboulafia

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Some of the more serious pieces—one about an oil burner repairman who taught him to let go of anger and another about spreading the ashes of his father’s friends—are so short they’re over before they’ve hardly begun. Overall, there are fewer memorable moments and an irksome superfluity of italics, but the mischievous tone still shines through.
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More Snapshots is the cheeky sibling of its predecessor Snapshots From My Uneventful Life. Chatty, hilarious and often poignant, David I. Aboulafia takes us on a journey through every day, real-life events that start out as uneventful, but that wind up being anything but…

 

About David I. Aboulafia

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David I. Aboulafia is an attorney with a practice in the heart of New York City. He spends the wee hours of the morning writing books that terrify and amuse. His days are spent in the courts and among the skyscrapers, and his evenings with the trees, the stars, his wife and his dog in a suburb north of the City.
 
Published June 29, 2018 by Roundfire Books. 144 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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on Jun 19 2018

Some of the more serious pieces—one about an oil burner repairman who taught him to let go of anger and another about spreading the ashes of his father’s friends—are so short they’re over before they’ve hardly begun. Overall, there are fewer memorable moments and an irksome superfluity of italics, but the mischievous tone still shines through.

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