Do growing up and growing old go hand in hand? An entertaining expose of messy relationships, modern life, and our preoccupation with youth and beauty, from the author of THE PILE OF STUFF AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS.
Christina Hopkinson is an author and journalist whose work has appeared in the Daily Telegraph, Guardian, The Times, Grazia and Red magazine. She lives in London with her husband and three children. Visit Christina's website at www.christinahopkinson.com and follow her on Twitter @Xtinahopkinson.
Sharp, funny and deliciously rude. * Daily Mail * 'I read it, I really enjoyed it, I left it on the stairs.' * John O'Farrell * 'A bittersweet domestic drama . . . sharply funny . . . occasionally very moving' * Marie Claire * Encapsulates precisely, but with plenty of humour, the madness of the modern working family * Sarah Vine, The Times * 'The new I Don't Know How She Does It' * Grazia * 'Utter genius. The funniest, truest and most insightful book about being a parent I have ever read.' * Lisa Jewell * Praise for THE PILE OF STUFF AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS * : * Immensely enjoyable and easy to read * www.curiousbookfans.co.uk * A hugely witty read, which will appeal to almost everyone. * The Lady * A well-written, absorbing story, with lots of little touches that make it believable and true to life . . . a great grown-up novel for everyone's who's terrified of growing up (that will be all of us, then)! * Fabulous * This is a fascinating expose of chaotic relationships, the demands of modern life, and societal preoccupation with youth. A fast-paced and entertaining read. * Image * Sharp, funny and deliciously rude. * Daily Mail *