William Walker's First Year of Marriage: A Horror Story - Matt Rudd Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007308973 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Matt Rudd / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2009-09-03 by HarperPress
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William Walker is 29 and has just married the love of his life, Isabel. This book, by Matt Rudd, is the account of the first year of his marriage. The book is written as diary extracts by William, which makes the book a quick read and easy to get into. William is a hapless bloke, whose life is looking up after he has got a better job on a decent magazine, instead of Cat World and who loves Isabel dearly and wants to do whatever makes her happy. He is unsure that having goat's milk in his tea and taking showers instead of baths is the way to go, but he is happy to go with it. He has two equally hapless best mates in Andy and Johnson, and he detests ... Read the complete review
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