It’s Too Late To Die Young Now by Gary R. Hope

It's Too Late To Die Young NowIt’s Too Late To Die Young Now by Gary R. Hope
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It’s Too Late To Die Young Now takes a look back at the life of George Kerry who at seventy three is diagnosed with cancer and has many regrets in his life. Starting in his teenage years we go back through every event in George’s life with a mixture of greed, romance, lust, and a lot of comedy.

From pulling pranks as a teenager, dating in the twenties, his marriage, his business greed and questionable practices, the loss of his parents, problems with his health and with his wife. The book covers George’s lifetime to lead a reader to how he has ended up where he has.

It’s Too Late to Die Young Now had me laughing out loud all throughout the book. The story flows well through George’s humorous life keeping a reader engaged and laughing. Even in the tougher times or the times that George’s character is in question there were moments of humor to lighten up the mood and make the story just fly by. You can’t help but end up entranced and wondering just what will George do next.

Overall, a really good entertaining read that had me laughing throughout.

I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

4 Comments on “It’s Too Late To Die Young Now by Gary R. Hope

    • I almost didn’t grab this one but I’m glad I did, pretty funny moments all throughout. Pretty quick read too if you decide to grab a copy. 🙂

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    • Thanks! I’ve been trying to control my clicking on Netgalley too, darn addiction! LOL Hope you enjoy this one if you get the chance to read it. 🙂

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