All My Fathers – A Series of Coming of Age Stories by Tuck Kamin

August 23, 2010

The audio version of All My Fathers is a captivating coming of age story read by its author Tuck Kamin.  The plot follows the adventures of a young boy, living in a rural town in Texas, who learns about life from the variety of older males he meets while trying to compensate for the lack of instructional lessons from his own real father. The story is narrated in the first person and will bring the listener back to those unforgettable childhood days we all treasure in a very special place in our minds.  It will remind us of when we, like the story’s main character, were trying hard at that age to connect the dots about who we are and why we are on this earth.

The listener will enjoy an exceptional narration combined with funny sound effects that fit so well with the tasteful humor of All My Fathers. The author states that he hopes to inspire his listeners “to take a moment, say hello, listen to a kid and offer him confidence”. The audio book is suitable for both kids and adults alike as the life lessons learned by the 10 years old boy during his encounters with “all his fathers” can enhance everyone’s take on the world.  The book is organized as a collection of short stories, each with its own moral and life lessons.

Comic books, movies, patience, self-confidence, trust and love – are just some of the growing up issues pointing out the road to manhood that Tuck Kamin addresses in his book. I highly recommend All My Fathers and will guarantee the listener will spend two wonderful hours resulting in an uplifted mood.

Guest Post By: SkyKid is the administrator of is a site that focuses on coming of age movies and young talent in music and the performing arts.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

skykid September 7, 2010 at 4:54 am

It seems that I have made a mistake in my review as the action in the book takes places in Texas – not Mexico. I don`t really have an idea how this might have happened as I knew all along in Texas – and a typo in unlikely. In any case its an excellent book – and you will really enjoy it.

Tuck Kamin September 7, 2010 at 11:37 am


Hi, Thank you hugely for the review of my book.

In the review it states my book takes place in rural Mexico. It takes place in Texas.

Let me know what I could do to help change this typo.

Again many thanks !

Tuck Kamin

admin September 7, 2010 at 3:41 pm

No problem at all, we just made a quick edit to the review to reflect the correct location of the story.

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