This book is about feelings, it's a commentary, it's about how we face crises and it's a mystery that has you turning the pages. It's all of these things and it's entertaining too, with a sharp sense of humour. And there is a satisfying twist or two along the way.
The main character, Amber, has it all and congratulates herself on the choices she made early in life. Then her composure is chipped away at with increasing speed as her circle of close friends brood, become pregnant or otherwise become overtaken by thoughts of parenthood. She experiences loss - current and past - and is forced to face her feelings towards her mother. She finds herself at the centre of a series of increasingly outrageous and climatic incidents as she begins to lose control.
I'd tell you more but that would give so much away ........
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