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ISBN:
0330441205
Author:
Alison Penton Harper
Category:
Contemporary
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pan Books; First Edition, First Printing edition (September 16, 2005)
Pages:
288 pages
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1237 kb
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1610 kb
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1372 kb
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
244


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Alison Penton Harper lives in rural Northamptonshire with her husband and two daughters. Her first novel, Housewife Down, was a finalist in Richard & Judy's 2004 'How to Get Published' competition and her second, Housewife Up, was published by Pan Books in 2006. This is the third book in the popular housewife series and it is just as good as the first. I do think you should read all the books to enjoy them the most but you can read separately. The writing is so funny and you find the pages flying by until the last one wishing there was more. Her first novel, Housewife Down, was a finalist in Richard & Judy's 2004 'How to Get Published' competition and her second, Housewife Up, was published by Pan Books in 2006

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The days I had previously filled with the duties of chief cook and bottle-washer now lay strangely empty and stretched out before me like a blank canvas. I kept looking at it, but couldn't think of anything to paint . . . Preparing dinner for her husband's colleagues, nervous, and listening to a woman complain about domestic slavery on the radio, Helen Robbins hits the bottle hard. For thirteen years she has lived a life of suburban predictability with Robert, bending to his boorish demands and allowing her once vital, independent spirit to retreat into the safety cage of mundane, dutiful routine. Over supper that evening she decides to throw off her role of domestic angel and hit him where it hurts: she dares to criticise his driving Riled by his wife's comments over dinner an irate Robert sets out the next morning to prove himself and is killed in a freak accident. Helen's life is about to transform. As she rekindles relationships with old friends and close family, Helen rediscovers the excitement of her former world. Tentatively stepping back into the fold, imbued with a new sense of power and adventure, she discovers for the first time the possibility of a relationship on her own terms - as well as certain thrill she never quite believed possible . . . and the surprises are only just beginning . . .
  • Haracetys
Wow!!! What a cracking read!! I could not put it down until I had read the whole thing - I just had to know what happened next. This one has just GOT to be made into a movie, hopefully a sequel will follow.

It is the story of a sudden life-shattering event which could happen to anybody and how it changed a person from being a mundane, submissive mouse into a liberated woman eager to explore her freedom from the shackles of a miserable marriage. Her adventures are hilarious, the many twists and turns of the plot are beautifully written, Alison Penton Harper is to be congratulated for this masterpiece of a debut.
  • Gri
I couldn't read it further than 60th page. I was waiting for something to happen but nothing happened. The book makes little sense and it's also not very well written - the sentences are heavy while in this type of fiction they ought to be light, like Sophie Kinsella's ones.