His best friend Annie is about to marry a man David dubs "Rat Boy" and disappear forever. David's trusty bachelor buds Dustin and Cameron are doing the unthinkable and settling down, while Zach, the model of cool, as aloof and evasive as a wisp of smoke, is harboring a secret that could capsize the whole crew. On top of everything, David finds himself falling in love with Janey, an alluring younger woman whose knack for witty repartee is matched only by her instability.
The Big Happy asks the big questions: Can love and happiness coexist? Do friendships ripen, or rot, as we age? And do we ever know what makes us happy?
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(Clearly they ought to be living a lifestyle more like his, which involves collecting rejection letters, occupying a shoebox apartment and being barely competent at his weekend job as a wedding deejay.) David adores his tribe for being “sarcastic, overly intellectual, competitive smart-asses,” so...| Read Full Review of The Big Happy
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