HistoryThe hilarious, unmissable novel from the brilliant Miles Jupp

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The brilliant debut novel from acclaimed comedian, writer and presenter Miles Jupp. 'The funniest man in Britain has written a wonderful novel. Rejoice!' - Richard Osman Clive Hapgood is feeling stuck. The private school he teaches at is consuming h…

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    The brilliant debut novel from acclaimed comedian, writer and presenter Miles Jupp. 'The funniest man in Britain has written a wonderful novel. Rejoice!' - Richard Osman Clive Hapgood is feeling stuck. The private school he teaches at is consuming his life, no thanks to wretched headteacher Julian Crouch. The gentle country life Clive envisaged has stifled him and left his marriage on the brink. What he needs is a holiday - something to remind him and Helen what life used to be like. But when things don't go to plan, and an incident at school begins to weigh heavy on his head, Clive's life starts to unravel in front of him. Has he got it in him to turn things around, whatever the cost? After all, it's his own time he's wasting... For readers of Jonathan Coe, Mark Watson, Michael Frayn and David Nicholls. (P)2021 Headline Publishing Group Limited


    Very funny set pieces and one-liners Well-observed . . . [Jupp] has fun skewering the absurdities of public-school life Very funny A sensitive and insightful depiction of a midlife crisis, while simultaneously extracting every last ounce of comedy and farce from Clive's situation . . . Jupp writes in the wonderfully wry, deadpan style comic style that his fans will recognise from his TV and radio appearances.

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    Detaljer

    Format
    Nedlastbar lydbok
    Kopisperre
    Vannmerket (SDRM)
    Utgivelsesår
    2021
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781472239969
    Spilletid
    425min.

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