Growing Pains of a Hapless Househusband - Sam Holden Reviews
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by - written on 18/11/08 (Very useful, 246 readings)
I do love it when I read an author's debut novel and I find it to be a brilliant read, so much so that I really look forward to the next material they are going to release. One such author was Sam Holden, whose debut book 'Diary of a Hapless House-husband' was a complete hit with me last year. I was pleased when I saw on Amazon he was bringing out a follow up to that book entitled 'Growing Pains of a Hapless House-husband' last month, so I reserved my copy at the library, and finally managed to read it, hoping I'd enjoy it just as much as its predecessor. Sam Holden has been a stay-at-home Dad to his 2 children Daisy and Peter since he was made reduntant from ... Read the complete review
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