"As hilarious as it is spot-on" (Mail on Sunday
"O'Farrell is a consistently humorous writer with an acute ear for the absurdities of middle class pretension. It's hard to fault his satire on competitive parenting or his conclusions regarding social inequalities" (Mail on Sunday
"O'Farrell is one of the best contemporary satirists in the business and he has middle class pushy mothers down to a tee in this latest toe-curling, hackle-rising chronicle of hyper-parenting... The one-liners are sublime and the comedic situations utterly hilarious. Don't miss this" (Daily Record
"O'Farrell has scored a bullseye with this satirical salvo... Taps into Middle England's neuroses with terrific wit" (The Herald
A satire about competitive, over-protective parents driving their children to tutors, to ballet, to insanity ...