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Today Will Be Different: From the bestselling author of Where'd You Go, Bernadette

Maria Semple

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

'Whipsmart, dazzling, darkly comic and deeply touching. I loved it!' Marian Keyes A brilliant new novel from the author of bestselling WHERE'D YOU GO, BERNADETTE, about a woman who wakes up determined to be her best self.

Eleanor Flood knows she's a mess. But today will be different. Today she will shower and put on real clothes. She will attend her yoga class after dropping her son, Timby, off at school. She'll see an old friend for lunch. She won't swear. She will initiate sex with her husband, Joe. But before she can put her modest plan into action - life happens.

For today is the day Timby has decided to pretend to be ill to weasel his way into his mother's company. It's also the day surgeon Joe has chosen to tell his receptionist - but not Eleanor - that he's on vacation. And just when it seems that things can't go more awry, a former colleague produces a relic from the past - a graphic memoir with pages telling of family secrets long buried and a sister to whom Eleanor never speaks.

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Praise for Today Will Be Different: From the bestselling author of Where'd You Go, Bernadette

  • So unique, so smart, so funny, so beautifully humane, so utterly of our times, it's astonishing

  • Coolly comic, sharply observant . . . [a] bleakly humorous study of how we live now - SUNDAY TIMES

  • With its sparky gags and quirky cast of characters, never has a meltdown been so entertaining - GLAMOUR

  • Smart, funny and original - GOOD HOUSKEEPING

  • Captivating - GRAZIA

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Maria Semple

Maria Semple spent fifteen years in Los Angeles as a television writer, working on hit shows including ELLEN, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, MAD ABOUT YOU and ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT. Her second novel, WHERE'D YOU GO, BERNADETTE, was an international bestseller and was shortlisted for the 2013 Women's Prize for Fiction and won the 2013 Melissa Nathan Award. Maria lives in Seattle.

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