The 40-Year-Old Version: Humoirs of a Divorced Dad (Wyatt-MacKenzie) by Joel Schwartzberg is a collection of 40 essays chronicling the Montclair resident’s experience with the unsettling see-saw of divorce.
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Schwartzberg transforms mundane events into hilarious, sometimes heart-wrenching tales—from entertaining antics about cramming his twin girls, son, girlfriend, and five cats into a one-bedroom apartment, to moving reflections on his son’s battle with a misdiagnosed illness.
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