Ice Cream Headache

  • Title: Ice Cream Headache
  • Author: Jeffrey Miller
  • ISBN: 9781480116771
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ice Cream Headache Amid the turbulent and tragic year of America in the lives of five people in a small Midwestern town who are caught up in their own personal turmoil become inextricably interwoven forever by t
    Amid the turbulent and tragic year of America in 1968, the lives of five people in a small Midwestern town, who are caught up in their own personal turmoil, become inextricably interwoven forever by the events which transpire one spring day.

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      Published :2019-04-15T16:04:58+00:00

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    1. Jeffrey Miller continues to enhance his reputation as a master of the character-driven story with this novella set in 1960s America. I have seen other reviewers comment on the wonderful nostalgia that this book provides but, as a Scotsman who was not yet born in the 60s, that nostalgia is. However, to the book's credit, the story is still incredibly entertaining, even if I can not take a walk down memory lane. The tale revolves around several characters who all live in the same small town, most [...]

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    2. Short and sweet! An absolute gem! Members of The Baby Boomer generation often reminisce about the 1950's and early 1960's, a period of time when many of them came of age and learned life's lessons - sometimes the hard way. Today, someone from that generation might criticize either the complexity of an issue or the way in which it is handled, oftentimes, beginning their rebuttal with the phrase, "Well, back in the day". This is exactly where Jeffrey Miller takes his readers in "Ice Cream Headache [...]

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    3. I have just ridden a time machine thanks to author Jeffrey Miller and his book Ice Cream Headache. This book grabbed me on page one and took me back to the time of my youth where adventures sparkled like jewels and I thought I might stay young forever.A book can only take you away if you become vested in the story and the people inhabiting it. The author makes it easy to do both with the ease of his storytelling. As with the best stories, Jeffrey Miller does the hard work and the reader simply c [...]

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    4. Ice Cream Headache is a book that is hard for me to nail down with the terms I normally use. Historical Drama (stolen from the author’s genre choices in one ebook store) is as close as I’m going to come. It is historical only in that the setting is in the late 60s in small-town Mid-America. Drama, because each of the main characters have problems in their past or present that come to a head in a dramatic fashion during the day the story takes place. Think of it as a slice-of-life from the he [...]

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    5. Part Winesburg, Ohio, part Raymond Carver, Jeffrey Miller's Ice Cream Headache seamlessly weaves an emotional and visceral tapestry of small town life in America's Midwest. Told through a vivid narrative and set amongst the backdrop of the Vietnam War, it adroitly captures the hope and despair of its interconnected characters, while providing the reader a glimpse into a time gone by.A page turner in every sense, it grabs the reader right from the beginning and doesn't let go until it's climatic [...]

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    6. I thoroughly enjoyed the walk back in time, as well as the pinch of drama that Jeffrey Miller achieved with "Ice Cream Headache." Of course, being a Midwesterner helped me step into the background setting of the story (e.g the small town, the shops, the characters), but it was the story line that kept me turning the pages. I could have used a tad less "branding" and a tad fewer irrelevant names though. Nevertheless, "Ice Cream Headache" was a treat from cover to cover.

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    7. A time I'm too young to remember, but that I was fascinated to visit. The intertwining of the characters' stories is seamless, and their lives and personal circumstances are rendered with touching honesty.

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    8. I may be a little biased toward this book because I worked at an Ice Cream parlor while I was in high school and the title alone drew me in. Growing up in that era in a small town, there is a strong nostalgia factor making me feel "home" while reading this book. Although I grew up during the time period of Vietnam, my family was unaffected directly by it. The characters are all people that I can relate to and I lived some of the things I read in this book. I really enjoyed this, but wanted it to [...]

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    9. A day in the life of several people in a small town. This is a small book - but it will leave a big impression on you.

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