{ Having more or less cut off herself from her parents and their money, she works as a psychotherapist and lives in a tiny apartment with her husband Dan, an estate agent by a working background who does not know the entire scope of Bea’s household’s riches. They intend to utilize their savings of a couple million pounds to journey around Europe for a few months and cease to see Bea’s brother Alex at the dilapidated hotel he conducts at the south of France. But, Bea’s parents fall in for a surprise trip and when disaster strikes, Bea has been made to face  some uncomfortable truths about the family’s past. Chiswick Book Festival: Sadie Jones and Sonia Purnell

It has been some time since I have been into some literary event, and three years since I last moved to Chiswick Book Festival at 2016, another trip was long overdue. I went to two events: Sadie Jones speaking to Cathy Rentzenbrink about her newest book’The Snakes’ along with Sonia Purnell talking her novel’A Woman of No Importance’ with Julia Wheeler.

It is reasonable to state the Adamsons are among the most dysfunctional families I’ve ever come across in fiction. Jones said she composed the initial draft 2016 and if asked about the similarities between Griff and Donald Trump, she stated that Griff is a much better businessman than Trump and much more earthly.

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