A Fraction Of The Whole – Steve Toltz

fraction of the wholeREAD FOR BOOKERTHON

From his prison cell, Jasper Dean tells the unlikely story of his scheming father Martin, his crazy Uncle Terry and how the three of them upset – mostly unintentionally – an entire continent.

♥ “Raucously funny, A Fraction Of The Whole had me spell-bound. Not what I’d expect from a Man Booker shortlister but I am pleased it made the cut as it added some light-heartedness to the proceedings. There are loopy characters and purposefully overworked plot lines and everything spirals together until it is all so ridiculous you just have to find out what’s going to happen!” – Rachel

♥ “Thoughts” – Suzy

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Published 2008
Hamish Hamilton
711 pages

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