About this book
Mary Gilmour, mother of two young children, is convinced there is only one thing standing between her and organised contentment: his name is Joel and she's married to him. Since star charts worked for the kids, she starts to compile a spreadsheet equivalent for Joel. Every sock on the floor, every wet towel on the bed is recorded; Joel has 6 months to prove that his credits outweigh his debits, and he has no idea about it. 'I read it, I enjoyed it, I left it on the stairs' John O'Farell
What's the thing you hate most about the one you love? This is the funniest, most acutely-observed novel about marriage and motherhood, children and work that's been seen in years.
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