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Very interesting and a really good read. Really enjoyed insight into competitive marriages. Would recommend to anyone. Would like to know what happened nextPublished 9 months ago by J C.
After Kevin and so much for all of that and a perfectly good family this was a disappointing, almost boring book. I struggled to finish it.Published 19 months ago by BJL
From the author of We Need To Talk About Kevin, this is a book with similar themes on relationships but with a completely different set up. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Sport Nut
Admittedly you have to commit to this novel - but please, a novel "about tennis" this is not! The passages focussing on tennis are really about the other themes of the book -... Read morePublished on 30 Sept. 2011 by GH
This book contains no humour, no plot and takes itself way too seriosly.
Only read if you like over written, wordy, dull novels
with characters you don't like or care... Read more
I've given up on this book - only read as far as I did because it was all I had with me on the train. I like tennis but this was just too much. Read morePublished on 9 Dec. 2010 by Bettylou
Unfortunately this a very boring book! I loved We Need to Talk about Kevin, but that seemed to be just a fluke! Read morePublished on 11 Oct. 2010 by miss_spookiness
Where We Need to Talk About Kevin was intriguing and occasionally terrifying, Double Fault was pettier and less grave, though the main characters were equally flawed. Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2010 by Mr. S. D. Halliday