Something to Live For: The most uplifting and life-affirming debut of the year
By Richard Roper
With the warmth of David Nicholls and the charm and humour of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, Something to Live For explores one man’s attempts to let go of the past and start his life afresh.Tweet
An accomplished work. Finely observed and humour in dark places. Would highly recommend. Loved it!
I simply LOVED this book! I was concerned that the unusual and dark subject matter would be depressing and grim, but I need not have worried. Written with warmth and affection, it moved me to tears in places, but also made laugh out loud. Yes, you kind of know how (or hope) it is going to end, but this certainly didn't spoil my enjoyment of the book. An uplifting read.