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DOWN WITH SCHOOL! LONG LIVE SAYTIME TV!
Fifteen-year old Morag Narmo objects on principle to going to school any more. But she is stunned when her parents agree to let her leave (though probably on the dubious grounds that they don't ever again want to buy her another totally gross size 18 blazer). Not only that, but they whisk the whole family out of school (a potential saving of numerous blazers). And so the year begins . . .
But with five children, two struggling parents and a pair of dogs that resemble walking sofas, the Narmo family give a whole new meaning to the word 'education'. Even simple things like going out for the day take on a whole new dimension of People Being Confused . . .
Terribly badly written. Muddled, and thin characterization: confused narrative; poorly executed 'conversation'. Read ANYTHING else Moran has written, but give this a miss.Published 5 months ago by Alison M Pringle
Really enjoyed this family adventure set in Wolverhampton. Moran captures dysfunctional family life with flair. Entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable read.Published 5 months ago by Tashasax
A good, funny family drama story based loosely on Moran's early years. It's probably better suited to children than adults (even for fans of Moran) as it is written in quite a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. M. Stout
Bought as a gift, the recipient hasn't complained so I assume it is fine. As I haven't read the book I cannot comment furtherPublished 21 months ago by Mrs Norma Rhodes