' A sweet book...[creating] a shocking but affectionate image of the Orange people' -- Time Out
'Guest writes both touchingly and evocatively
an intriguing read -- Evening Standard
A book to make you thankful for your boring childhood -- Marie-Claire
A must-read, an extraordinary, harrowing, sometimes hilarious account' -- The Herald
Funny, gently ironic, closely observed, poignant and moving. Guest makes an astonishingly mature debut' -- Spectator
Guests story seems to encapsulate the essential weirdness, not only of his childhood, but also of the period
compelling and poignant -- Times Literary Supplement
Hilarious and heartbreaking, it says much for the human spirit
a beautiful written account -- Daily Mail
Tims Guest extraordinary account of his childhood is a survivors tale, poignant, funny and wise -- Sunday Times
About the Author
Tim Guest writes for the Guardian and the Daily Telegraph. He lives in London.
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