Mummy Said The F-Word - Fiona Gibson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340838345 / Author: Fiona Gibson / Genre: Fiction / Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Newest Review: ... person narrative we are getting the story from Cait's point of view and go through a rollercoaster of emotions with her. Her ... more
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Fiona Gibson Mummy Said the F-word
Pages: 320, Hardcover, Hodder & Stoughton
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
Customer Mummy Said The F-Word - Fiona Gibson Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Caitlin Brown's life is practically turned upside down one afternoon when she finds out that her husband Martin is having an affair with Daisy from the water cooler company where he works. Martin moves out and Caitlin is now facing life as a single parent; however she does have the help of friend and single dad Sam who she can share her worries with and confide in. Caitlin's job isn't the best paid or most exciting either, so when her friend Millie offers her the job of Agony Aunt for a parenting magazine called Bambino Caitlin takes it as a temporary measure. Caitlin is convinced that the advice she is giving parents is fraud and misleading as she isn't the most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/08 (Very useful, 241 readings)
Browsing through Amazon one day, I was trying to find a list of books which are coming out soon or have just been released. This seems impossible for me to do on aAmazon for some unknown reason, so instead I started looking at the 'Recommended Reads' based on the past books I have purchased from them. I noticed this one on the list, and the title sparked my interest, and after seeing it had 2 5-star reviews on there, I decided to read it. But instead of sending Amazon my hard earned money, I went to the library where I got it for free! (Don't you love the library?! Use it or lose it!) Anyway, Mummy Said The F-Word is a book based around Caitlin Brown, a mother ... Read the complete review
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