THE IRRISISTABLE, UPLIFTING AND BIG-HEARTED STORY OF SURVIVING IN A MODERN FAMILY . . .
'A wonderful read' Elizabeth Strout
'Literary sunshine' New York Times
'A gorgeous and witty storyteller' Elizabeth Gilbert, author of City of Girls
'The world will love it' Ann Patchett
The instant New York Times BESTSELLER
After Astrid Strick - a widowed, 68-year-old mother of three living in upstate New York - witnesses an accident, she resolves to live more honestly. Starting with the mistakes she made in raising her family.
But are her kids, tangled in their own messy adult lives, really ready to be treated like grown ups?
Charming, uplifting and well-observed, All Adults Here is the delightful story about the wonders and woes of modern family life.
Praise for All Adults Here:
'Perfectly pitched summer reading' Stylist
'Smartly observant, wryly witty, big-hearted . . . ' Sunday Times
'This beautifully written book delves deeply, perceptively and humorously into the contemporary human condition' Daily Mail
'A glorious mash-up of Elizabeth Strout and Gilmore Girls' Red
'If you're a fan of Anne Tyler's writing, you'll love this captivating well-observed family drama' Good Housekeeping