The Pile of Stuff at the Bottom of the Stairs - Christina Hopkinson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1444710397 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Christina Hopkinson / 416 pages / Book published 2011-03-03 by Hodder & Stoughton
Newest Review: ... all about the same situations I find myself in on a day to day business. Marriage is hard and there is no denying that and we ... more
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Pages: 416, Paperback, Hodder Paperbacks
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer The Pile of Stuff at the Bottom of the Stairs - Christina Hopkinson Reviews (2)
by - written on 11/02/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I first heard about this book after reading a review of it on Dooyoo and thought it was just the kind of book that I would really enjoy so I went onto Amazon and found a hardback copy for about £2 which I thought was a great bargain. The Pile of Stuff at the bottom of the stairs is not a relationship book in that it does not tell you how to have the perfect relationship but it does deal with relationships, and one in particular, that of the main character Mary Gilmour and her husband Joel. I'm married and have two small children and what attracted me to this book was that it was all about the same situations I find myself in on a day to day business. Marriage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/11, updated on 24/06/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
This is a review of the book 'the pile of stuff at the bottom of the stairs' by Christina Hopkinson. A sticker on the front of the book tells me 'if you love outnumbered (TV Programme) you'll love this book. It's about how a build up of all the little niggly things can ruin a perfectly good relationship. Mary Gilmore is a wife, mother and part time TV producer and she's feeling the strain on her relationship, family and being 'part time' at work. Her husband Joel does things like leaves wet towels on the bed and leaves a mess in the kitchen and it's frankly beginning to annoy her that she does the bulk of the house work and child care and no one is saying ... Read the complete review
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