This book brought me joy on every page. Being a child in the ’70’s and teenager in the ’80’s I could related to every word.
There’s humour and poignancy in the telling of Dido and Edie’s stories. I grew to love the messed up mother and daughter and their complex relationship, and rooted for them at every twist in their tumultuous lives.
This is a warm and original story beautifully told and I was sorry it had to end. I’m looking forward to more from Joanna Nadin.
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