'Sharp, intelligent and moving; and I suspect many women will recognise parts of themselves within these pages, just as they did in Allison Pearson's I Don't Know How She Does It.'
'It's warm, energetic and frequently laugh-out-loud funny. It's also sad and pleasingly difficult, avoiding the easy answers to all the dilemmas it throws up... An impressive first work'
'A funny and moving story of upper-middle-class angst at the beginning of the 21st century and a reflection on the importance of friends'
'A warm, honest look at life as a modern mother'
'A strong debut'