Campari For Breakfast, Sara Crowe

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In 1987, Sue Bowl’s world changes for ever. Her mother dies, leaving her feeling like she’s lost a vital part of herself. And then her father shacks up with an awful golddigger called Ivana. 

But Sue’s mother always told her to make the most of what she’s got – and what she’s got is a love of writing and some interesting relatives. So Sue moves to her Aunt Coral’s crumbling ancestral home, Green Place, along with a growing bunch of oddballs and eccentrics. Not to mention the odd badger or two . . .

There she fully intends to write a book, fall in love, and learn to live decadently.

Publisher:Transworld (Random House Group), 2014

Reviewer: Jen Kendell

At first I thought I wouldn’t be able to read this book – it’s not really my genre, but I persisted.  It is quite a complex story of a young girl trying to find answers to her worries.  I found it to be sometimes funny but with sad parts and towards the end I enjoyed reading it.  An interesting debut novel from Sara Crowe.

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