It's All Right Now - Charles Chadwick Reviews
Description:ISBN 0571223591 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Charles Chadwick
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It is the 1970s, and henpecked family man Tom Ripple is happy to ...
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by - written on 07/11/11, updated on 01/12/11 (Useful, 7 readings)
I found this book while browsing the shelves in a second hand bookshop. The first thing I noticed about the book was it`s size, with 679 pages it is about three times the size of an average paperback.The title `It`s All Right Now` reminded me of a popular pop song from the 1970`s. The cover ,designed by Ghost, also took me back to the 70`s with its retro wallpaper and furniture. * About the book* This book was written by Charles Chadwick and published in 2005 by Faber and Faber Limited, priced at £8.99 The story is being told by Tom Ripple, who is a fictional character, as he tells us of his adult life. Tom never gives his age away ... Read the complete review
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