Publisher: Pushkin Press
Number of pages: 160
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm
'GROWN UPS take a sharp, cool, and funny look at ageing, fertility, and family in all its forms. A perfect novel for a time when we're all wondering who we are and what comes next.' - Jean Hannah Edelstein, author of THIS REALLY ISN'T ABOUT YOU
'Sharp, funny, very poignant, and full of smart observations about family dynamics' - MIRANDA WARD, author of ADRIFT
'A quiet, almost thrillerish, family story that Aubert lightly and elegantly steers towards disaster' - Johanna Frid, Dagens Nyheter, Sweden
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