The Last Family In England (Paperback)Matt Haig (author)
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Publisher: Vintage Publishing
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 245 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 22 mm
"A comic tour de force... A desperately sad view from underneath as a family falls apart" * The Times *
"A winner from page one... A subtle, dog's-eye view of the frailty of human relationships, it is perceptive, enchanting and destined to be this summer's must read" * Mail on Sunday *
"An enchanting, albeit at times disturbing, journey into the heart of family... A remarkable book, and a brilliantly entertaining read" * Big Issue *
"It sounds kooky, but Haig pulls it off stylishly and unsentimentally" * Observer *
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