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ISBN: 9780552772921
Wicked stepmothers everywhere have cause to cheer. Waldman tells it like it is: Tough, touching and very very funny Bella Pollen, author of Hunting UnicornsFalling in love with Jack was so easy, I had assumed that falling in love with his son would be just as effortless… Who says you have to love your step-child? - Wouldn't you dislike a precocious five-year-old who corrected your French pronunciation, and who calculated your Body Mass Index when youwere halfway through a piece of cheesecake? - Does that make you a 'wicked stepmother'? Even if you feed him dairy products while he's lactose intolerant? Even if you push him (accidentally) into the pond in Central Park? How far do you have to go before it starts to be right? ‘Moving and darkly funny, romantic, shocking, painful page-turner…Says something new and interesting about women, families and love’ New York Times ‘One moment I was laughing out loud, the next I had tears pouring down…Whether you’re a parent or not, you can’t fail to be moved’ Daily Express Funny and painful. Will strke a chord with anyone who is a member of a family. Good Book Guide Ayelet Waldman isn't afraid to shock people. Quite the reverse. Her declaration last year that she loves her husband more than her children caused an international outcry and catapulted her on to Oprah Winfrey's show to defend herself. Her controversial new novel about the fractured state of family life looks set to do the same ... Honest, touching and acutely observed, it is impossible to put down. One moment I was laughing out loud...while the next I had tears pouring down my face ... But it's the growing relationship between Emilia and her stepson that forms the heart of this tale. Whether you're a parent or not, you can't fail to be moved by it. Daily Express Very moving Margaret Forster A very good, very funny writer ... The perfect book for anyone who doesn't already know that motherhood is the hardest job in the world. Irish Examiner ·‘Ayelet Waldman is an uplifting discovery: a fant