A Perfectly Good Family - Lionel Shriver Reviews
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by - written on 11/12/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
A Perfectly Good Family by Lionel Shriver I was passed this book by a friend and was looking forward to reading it as my daughter had kept insisting on me reading 'We need to talk about Kevin' but she also loaned it to a friend so I have not yet read that one . I still have not seen the film either but will get around to it one day. ABIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR In my ignorance I thought she was a he but Lionel is a woman and she chose the name herself as she didn't like the one her parents chose, Margaret Anne . Personally I would have stuck with that and done something with the Margaret rather than Lionel ! Judging by the names she chose in ... Read the complete review
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