Encapsulates precisely, but with plenty of humour, the madness of the modern working family
'I read it, I really enjoyed it, I left it on the stairs.'
'A bittersweet domestic drama . . . sharply funny . . . occasionally very moving'
This is a fascinating expose of chaotic relationships, the demands of modern life, and societal preoccupation with youth. A fast-paced and entertaining read.
Christina Hopkinson is a talented writer with a gift for observational humour and sharp one-liners
'The new I Don't Know How She Does It'
'Utter genius. The funniest, truest and most insightful book about being a parent I have ever read.'
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