The Pissed-off Parents Club - Mink Elliott Reviews
Description:ISBN 075154339X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Mink Elliott / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2010-01-21 by Sphere
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by - written on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I really liked the sound of The Pissed-Off Parents Club after reading a few reviews on here, so when I saw it in The Works as part of their 3 for £5 deal it seemed rude not to buy it - ok yes I am meant to still be on my book buying hiatus, but come on - 3 books for a fiver!!! The Pissed Off Parents Club is the debut novel by Mink Elliott, former deputy Editor of Practical Parenting. The book is about Roxy Carmichael, a first time mum approaching 40. Struggling to make friends following her move to the country from London, and finding being a mum both isolated and a struggle. Failing to find solace in the recommended mother and baby groups she decides to set ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Useful, 32 readings)
this laugh out loud novel is perfect for all ages with or without children wither way you will surely enjoy it. it tells the tale of a struggling new mum who cannot get to grips with their baby. any average story about a new mum and their child depict the perfect lifestyle while it depicts the reality of motherhood with al the twists and turns that it can bring. not wanting to join the traditional mother and baby group she conventionally invents the pissed off parents club. however some people will not be able to bring themselve to enjoy a book in which the mother isn't good at bondong with their own child although any parents looking to read a book which does not sugar . Read the complete review
by Jessica - written on 21/01/10
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I have not read/seen a 'mums lit' book before that does not pour treacle over the mother/child relationship, so this was a real treat. The characters were believable and the interplay between them was very funny - I did laugh out loud on several occasions and was sorry when I had finished it! I would recommend this to anyone who needs a good laugh - especially parents! Has this author written any other books as I can't find any?
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