"I was really cross when I reached the final few words, because I didn't want it to end. It is brilliant. Heart-rending sorrow, unremitting hopefulness and joy, held together by the delicious comic malapropisms of a startlingly original teenage heroine. An utter delight" (Tamsin Greig)
"Deeply eccentric and very, very funny, Campari for Breakfast
is as charming and humane as its multi-talented author. It's also unexpectedly touching. A delight" (Mark Gatiss
"We defy you not to love Sue, the quirky heroine of Sara Crowe's charming CAMPARI FOR BREAKFAST" (Good Housekeeping
"A sort of upmarket Adrian Mole . . . full of poignancy, humour and shafts of startling perception" (Daily Mail
"A quirky debut novel as touching as it is funny." (Closer
'Startlingly original . . . an utter delight' TAMSIN GREIG
A hilariously quirky coming-of-age novel, for readers who loved Sarah Winman's When God Was a Rabbit, Maria Semple's Where'd You Go Bernadette and Nina Stibbe's Love, Nina.