Paul Stotts

Book review of “A Man Called Ove” by Paul Stotts

Have you ever met a grumpy old man? Well if you haven’t, after your done reading this book you’ll not only know a grumpy old man, but you’ll also have a bit of love for him. The man’s name is Ove and this book composes his story of love, of habbit, of his community of row houses, and a not so quite attractive cat that Ove has disowned time and again.
This book does an excellent job of showing how it isn’t always easy to get along with others, espically when they think and act much different than us. With a bit of care, we can learn that it is ok that others think and act so much different than us. When they think they are right, let them be right… espically when we’re dealing with someone who has lived a long life and only driven one make of car.
This book will take you through the emotions. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll not want to put down the book until you read to the end.
I’d recomend this book to anyone looking for a great story. It is an impression maker and one I promise you’ll remember for some time to come. Enjoy. 4.5 Stars out of 5

Paul Stotts
DOC #93319

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