About this book
In 1980s suberbia, 13-year old Jake watches his world fall apart as his father and brother move our and his mother turns to drink.
Isabel Ashdown's debut novel tells a captivating story of family life, at once troubling, funny and joyous. Vividly bringing to life the gentility of a 1950s childhood, the free-spirited 1960s, and the urban domesticity of 1980s Portsmouth, this is a deeply moving portrait of a family crumbling under the weight of past mistakes.
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