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Here’s a little page-turner that may tickle your fancies. To paraphrase what they say on family saga type paperbacks, if you loved “Call The Midwife” you will definitely not like this one. Deffo.
For myself I’ve had just about enough of these eejits who do their damndest to get upset and impose their unwanted and uneducated views on others – you might know what I’m talking about: you can’t clap in case it disturbs others so do jazz hands, you can’t listen to this or that ‘cos it’s cultural appropriation, we won’t have him/her/them on the podium ‘cos they might say something that is deemed to be offensive, we can’t leave that statue of the city father up ‘cos he made his money from sugar/tobacco/slave labour etc etc. Not that I have strong feelings either way you understand.
This one is a bit of a welcome antidote. It tries to offend everyone in equal measure, so that’s ok and nice and even-handed. Funny, too. It had me pissing myself. Think Trainspotting/Clockwork Orange/P G Wodehouse on a council estate. And please don’t hate Harold, kind readers. He’s just trying to say it as he sees it.
Here’s a link to chase up:
£2.29 only! You can’t go rong.
Sorry, you can’t go wrong.