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eBook Walking Papers ePub

by Jay Cronley

  • ISBN: 0394569474
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Jay Cronley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (July 12, 1988)
  • Pages: 295
  • ePub book: 1539 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1116 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 787

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. John Grape, still living the glory of his one great novel, loses his wife and money and takes a zany, perverse.

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Jay Cronley is a columnist for the Tulsa World and the author of many works of humorous fiction, including Fall Guy, Good Vibes . Most of Cronley"s work is out of print. Many of Cronley"s novels have been made into feature films.

Jay Cronley is a columnist for the Tulsa World and the author of many works of humorous fiction, including Fall Guy, Good Vibes, Quick Change, and Funny Farm. Good Vibes was made into the 1989 comedy Let lieutenant Ride, which starred Richard Dreyfuss, David Johansen, Richard Edson, and Teri Garr. Quick Change was the source of two film adaptations, in 1985 and in 1990.

Jay Cronley (1948 - February 27, 2017) was a former columnist for the Tulsa World and the author of many works of humorous fiction. Many of Cronley's novels have been made into feature films including, Good Vibes, Quick Change, Funny Farm and Cheap Shot. Books by Jay Cronley. Mor. rivia About Walking Papers.

Jay Cronley (November 9, 1943 – February 26, 2017) was an American newspaper columnist for the Tulsa World and the author of many works of humorous fiction, including Fall Guy, Good Vibes, Quick Change, and Funny Farm. Cronley became a member of the. Cronley became a member of the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame in 2002. Many of Cronley's novels have been made in to feature films. Good Vibes was made in to the 1989 comedy Let It Ride, which starred Richard Dreyfuss, David Johansen, Richard Edson, and Teri Garr

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Walking Papers by Jay Cronley is one of the funniest books I have read in my entire life. The main problem I had with the book is that while reading the first chapter I laughed so hard it hurt. I had tears streaming from my face and had to actually put the book down. The "problem" is that while the rest of the book is very funny it is almost a let down because of the first chapter. Whenever I need a laugh I go back and read that first chapter and it has not failed me yet.

1988) A novel by Jay Cronley. John Grape, still living the glory of his one great novel, loses his wife and money and takes a zany, perverse, and pleasure-seeking ride that lands him happily right back where he started. Used availability for Jay Cronley's Walking Papers. September 1989 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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Will he succeed? We'd care a lot more if Mr. Cronley had given us a single reason why Grape deserves any better than he got in the courtroom opening. But he's such a relentlessly loutish, unlovable loser we find ourselves wishing we could warn Delores of what's afoot -if only she weren't such a hopeless ninny that we're forced to conclude they deserve each other.

John Grape, still living the glory of his one great novel, loses his wife and money and takes a zany, perverse, and pleasure-seeking ride that lands him happily right back where he started

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I remember liking the movie Funny Farm when it came out back in the 80's and thought I'd check out Jay Cronley's novels. Funny Farm was a dud and so is this one. I don't know if it's just a 'guy's' type book or what.... I like different books, some aimed more at the women audience and some aimed more at men, but this one was so dry. I passed it on to my husband and he got through a couple of chapters and tossed it,too. Just not my cup of tea.
Snowseeker Snowseeker
If you don't get dry humor, you will probably not get into this book. If you do - you will absolutely love it. Hilarious; one of Jay's best in my opinion. Would make a good movie.