Welcome to Life - Alice de Smith Reviews
Description:ISBN 9781843549840 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Alice de Smith / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-01 by Atlantic Books
Newest Review: ... room. I thought this was a bright, interesting read but lacking that je ne sais quoi. The chapters are a little long and I ... more
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Alice de Smith Welcome to Life
Freya is fourteen and struggling. Her mum doesn't appear to have ...
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It's the 80s. Freya is 14 and an only child. She lives with her parents in Cambridge. So far, so normal. Except... Freya's home life is slightly a-typical. She's on first name terms with the parental figures (no affectionate Mum or Daddy here) and is under the distinct impression that they spend their days imagining life without her. Her best friend is a middle aged housewife on whose son she has a rather too obvious crush. Her mother communicates with her through lists and shows her affection in the oddest ways. Her father has just moved his business associate in, but he's not just sleeping in the spare room. I thought this was a bright, interesting read but ... Read the complete review
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