READ FOR BOOKERTHON
The reality of English families set over two days in a small town in England, with a hovering jester haunting every page.
⚈ “This book was a bit mad but I loved it. It was a massive commitment during a Bookerthon due to the length but definitely worth it.” – Suzy
⚈ “This was an epic read and there was a lot going on, but it was quite different to most novels (right down to the font!) and that made it intriguing. As two families go about their daily business, which is identifiable to us all, there is a ghostly jester who haunts the book, forcing characters to say weird things and moving things about in true supernatural style. You certainly had to be invested in the 800-odd pages to get the most out of it. It was tough to give it the attention it deserved due to time restraints with our Bookerthon reading, so I’d recommend picking up this book when your reading time is ample.” – Rachel