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Love And Other Human Errors

Bethany Clift

3 Reviews

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

London, the near future. One woman's bid for funding forces her to form human connections for the first time in her life.

An unforgettable story about love in all its chaotic glory from the author of Last One At The Party

The convention of a book synopsis is fundamentally ridiculous. How can I adequately convey in only 150 words the complexity and bewilderment of the past ten months and the effect the events that occurred have had on my perfectly regulated existence?

One would need much longer to record in detail how I was blackmailed into demonstrating the efficacy of my soulmate program and forced to participate in a series of ridiculous dates. How my life has been forever altered as a consequence.

Prior to this I was driven and focused, consumed with work, destined to change the world with my brilliance. I had no family, no friends and no need for frivolous human connection. I was systemic and solitary, a woman with one goal.

I am that person no longer.

My name is Indiana Dylan and this is the story of how I fell in love.

There: 150 words precisely.

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Praise for Love And Other Human Errors

  • Utterly fabulous! Bethany injects so much joy and humour into her books; creating characters you will love, and stories that will make you laugh and cry at literally the same time. - Sarah Bonner

  • An absolute riot, a joyous reboot of the rom-com that explores the power and unpredictability of human connection. In a gorgeous cast of characters, my absolute favourite was Peggy. WE ALL NEED A PEGGY. - Beth Morrey

  • Love and Other Human Errors is at once a beautiful, poignant and witty observation on what it is to be human and to try and figure out love in all its messy chaos. Bethany possesses such talent in combining sharp wit with original ideas. I can't wait to see what she comes up with next. - L.V. Matthews

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Bethany Clift

Bethany Clift is a graduate of the Northern Film School and the director of her own production company, Saber Productions. Her debut novel, Last One at the Party, was published in 2021 and the television rights have been optioned by Scott Free Films.

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