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Amazing Grace Adams

English · Paperback / Softback

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Informationen zum Autor Fran Littlewood has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London. She was taught by Andrew Motion and passed with distinction. Before that she worked as a journalist, including a stint at The Times . She lives in north London with her husband and their three girls. AMAZING GRACE ADAMS is her debut novel. Klappentext Tender, funny and unapologetic, Amazing Grace Adams is the fiercest debut of 2023, about a woman - and a story - you'll never forget **A READ WITH JENNA BOOK CLUB PICK!** 'Littlewood writes with ferocity and compassion about . . . the impossibility of spinning all the plates that modern life expects us to manage. Read it and weep (then cheer)' THE TIMES 'A rip-roaring, empowering story of redemption, discovery and starting over. Glorious' DAILY EXPRESS 'I just adored this . . . An unforgettable read' LIANE MORIARTY 'Compelling, funny and poignant. I devoured it' PAULA HAWKINS 'Never have I felt more seen' GOOD HOUSEKEEPING INCLUDED IN COSMOPOLITAN'S 'BEST BOOKS TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2023' 'Sometimes I have so much rage it scares me . . .' __________ Grace Adams is one bad day away from saving her life. One hot summer day, stuck in traffic on her way to pick up the cake for her daughter's sixteenth birthday party, Grace Adams snaps. She doesn't scream or break something or cry. She simply abandons her car and walks away. But not from her life - towards it. To the daughter who won't live with her anymore and has banned her from the party. To the husband divorcing her. Towards the terrible thing that has blown their family apart . . . Today she'll show her daughter that no matter how far we fall we can always get back up again. Because Grace Adams was amazing. Her husband and daughter once thought so. They and the world might have forgotten. But Grace is about to remind them . . . __________ Amazing Grace Adams tells the story of a life, a marriage, a family, set against a single north-London day. A rollercoaster ride of redemption and discovery, it's a powerful celebration of womanhood. ' An absolute gut punch of a book that throbs with all the rage of a middle-aged woman who refuses to go quietly' RED ' Readers will relish the letting loose of one woman's long-suppressed righteous rage . . . Spectacular' MAIL ON SUNDAY 'Full of depth and honesty' PRIMA 'A redemptive story of womanhood, motherhood and marriage. You won't forget Grace Adams in a hurry' CULTUREFLY 'I loved it. Vivid, visceral and incredibly emotional. I laughed and sobbed' TIM MINCHIN, multi-award-winning composer/lyricist of Matilda The Musical, comedian, actor, producer and director ' Hugely accomplished. You'll laugh, cry and nod in recognition. Properly amazing' SUN 'Explores motherhood with wit, warmth and wisdom. Extraordinary' GRAZIA BOOK CLUB 'An exacting and brilliantly structured novel about love, grief, hope lost and then found again' MARY BETH KEANE, New York Times bestselling author of Ask Again, Yes 'Brilliant . . . a story of a midlife heroine seeking redemption and so much more' WOMAN & HOME 'A magnificent novel. Grace Adams is every woman . . . A fully realized story of catastrophe and joy, grief and love. A stunning debut' ADRIANA TRIGIANI, New York Times bestselling author of The Good Left Undone 'I finished her story on a plane above the country, so full, and in tears. "Ma'am?" my seat-mate asked, "are you ok?" "Oh, yes," I answered. And gave him this book' SARAH BLAKE, New Yor...

About the author

Fran Littlewood has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London. She was taught by Andrew Motion and passed with distinction. Before that she worked as a journalist, including a stint at The Times. She lives in north London with her husband and their three girls. AMAZING GRACE ADAMS is her debut novel.

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A tragicomic character that middle-aged women can celebrate . . . It's a tale of giddy love, thwarted ambitions, devastating loss, the dangers of 21st-century adolescence, the horrors of the menopause and how badly language can let us down . . . Littlewood writes with ferocity and compassion about Grace's all-too-believable agonies and the impossibility of spinning all the plates that modern life expects us to manage. Read it and weep (then cheer) THE TIMES

Product details

Authors Fran Littlewood, Frances Littlewood
Publisher Michael Joseph
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 19.01.2023
 
EAN 9780241548523
ISBN 978-0-241-54852-3
No. of pages 368
Dimensions 153 mm x 234 mm x 40 mm
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

Romance, City of London, FICTION / Romance / General, FICTION / Women, FICTION / Humorous / General, FICTION / Friendship, FICTION / City Life, FICTION / Family Life / Marriage & Divorce, Family life fiction, Humorous fiction, Contemporary lifestyle fiction, Narrative theme: Love and relationships

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