I downloaded this book in October but have only just finished it - not because I wasn't enjoying it, but I just never seem to find the time to sit and read!
I can highly recommend it, I've not read one of her books before (and have always thought of her as a comedienne), but the story was good - I think the title 'Moving' related both to one of the characters moving house, but also the theme of the book - which looks back at the events affecting a blended family from the perspective of two of the family members and the girlfriend of another (which I found very moving in parts).
Don't want to give too much information in case you decide to read it, but I found it an enjoyable read which had me in tears at the end.
I have just read the review Jax and love the sound of this book. Been looking for something to get my teeth into since finishing "The Carer" and I think this will be the one for me. Thanks for the recommendation
My friends, as I have discovered myself, there are no disasters, only opportunities. And, indeed, opportunities for fresh disasters.
Post by Lancashire Lass on Jan 19, 2020 18:23:41 GMT
Ha ha, hardly call her a friend and I would very much doubt she’d know my name. She stood out at school as she was always in the school plays and grabbed attention regularly. I have one of those long school photos which she is on. Maybe I should put it on here and see if you can pick her out. I have a family connection to an actor you will probably know, Paul Eddington. He and my dad were second cousins.
Post by Lancashire Lass on Jan 21, 2020 20:16:51 GMT
Ooh Jax, you’ve reminded me that Felicity Kendal used to come into the place I worked in Swiss Cottage. And thinking of Coronation Street, I once served Rita Sullivan, (Barbara Knox)in a cocktail bar that I worked in. She had half a Stella Artois.