Things My Son Needs to Know About the World is a nonfictional book, which is kind of a rare thing associated with the author Fredrik Backman, as he usually writes fiction. However, this nonfictional book turned out to be a good venture by the author and earned good recognition as well. The book is based on a very sensitive and critical topic of parenting. It talks a lot of good stuff about self-development, which will help everyone, who listens it. The narration is beautifully done and Santino Fontana is responsible for the job.
The book actually takes the personal communications from the forefront of one of the most dangerous experiences, which any man can ever experience. This experience on the other side is a beautiful one that comes with a lot of responsibilities. The experience is actually called as : “Fatherhood”.
Fredrik Backman, the author is known for never shying away even from revealing the details of all his false steps that he has taken as a father. He was completely aware of all his fatherly flaws. He used to openly admit about not able to tackle at times some small and big issue, dealing with situations of midlife crises and masculinity and telling or doing the practical jokes. However, there were some really good positives as well from his fatherhood spell, which also are worth listening to.
In between all the wonderful highs and a few lows of Fredrik Backman, he also takes a step back and shared a fantastic true story about the love of his life, who actually is exactly opposite of him.
As told earlier, the author Fredrik Backman is known more for his contemporary fiction and humorous novels. A couple of those novels, which are popular and worthy of listening to are My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry and A Man Called Ove.
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