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On the other hand certain episodes seemed unlikely to me, even for the Radleys, in particular the scene which causes Rad to be so angry with Abigail. The book is set in London and revolves around Abigail and her friendship with Frances who come from very different families.

In fact after I finished reading I was prompted to turn back to the beginning and examine the first 60 or so pages to make all the connections.The fact that they completely contrasted with her own family is a factor, but it doesn't seem enough. I bought this because it came up on the recommendations and after reading the blurb I thought I'd give it a go.

It’s a tribute to the butterfly effect - what major consequences and echoes can be produced by a series of minor events in the past. A great read - I really enjoyed the witty, sardonic voice and found the characters rounded and likeable too. An intelligent and escapist read - well written and funny" Daily Express "Modern, intelligently observed and highly original" Daily Mail "A spirited account of growing up and falling in love" Good Housekeeping "This delicious novel - is a joy from beginning to end - a perfect novel" Lisa Jewell "Engagingly written" Prima You may also be interested in. After leaving primary school, she meets Francis and her very different and family, thrusting her headfirst into a lifestyle she could only have imagined before.Publication dates are subject to change (although this is an extremely uncommon occurrence overall). Perfect holiday reading, but I don't mean by that to disparage the writing or brand it as merely lightweight.

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