'Original and surprising ... it left me glowing.'
Witty, off-beat and moving ... Tom Winter delights with a deadpan turn of phrase.
A touching tale, full of pathos and laugh-out-loud moments.
Set against the bleak backdrop of London suburbia and blackly comic, this is an easy read and a gentle tale of the everyday but no less moving for it, perhaps because of it.
'Winter's style is chatty and his wit gentle, but he has a sharp enough edge to avoid sentimentality.'
This is a black comedy full of wit and deadpan humour...Spiky and charming, bleak and heart-warming at the same time
'I laughed out loud ... this book's one to keep.'
This is an easy, if poignant, read with delicate (and sometimes more biting) touches of humour
A keenly observed book about loneliness and longing ... Winter makes the reader not only smile, but pause and, in the final line, shed an appropriate tear about what it means to be given a second chance.