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The Pissed-Off Parents Club

Mink Elliott

4 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Kids driving you crazy? Join...The Pissed-Off Parents Club.

First-time mum Roxy feels perennially ticked off. She and her partner Jack have left London for a new life in the village of Riverside, with their ten-month-old daughter Joey. But their new house resembles a building site and Roxy is struggling to cope with parenthood. With no family or friends to turn to for help, Roxy sets up a club in order to meet like-minded parents, and so begins The Pissed-Off Parents Club.

Hilarious and refreshingly original, this is a story telling it like it is - for mums and dads of all descriptions.

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Praise for The Pissed-Off Parents Club

  • If your maternity leave was a blissful whirlwind of shopping, newborn routines and baby yoga, then The Pi**ed-Off Parents Club won't mean much. If, however, you're one of us, oft-spotted in Tesco in a sleep-deprived daze, attracting looks of disdain over your child's contempt for quiet, you'll be rooting for the heroine, Roxy, all the way. Mink Elliott's funny, feisty debut novel is perfect light-relief for anyone finding new parenthood less than easy-peasy' JANE COSTELLO (bestselling author of Bridesmaids) - 'The totally hilarious, but wickedly ugly truth! Roxy is my New Best Friend. Be warned, you may find this so addictive you?ll have to start a P.O.P. c

  • A refreshingly original novel' Mother & Baby - 'This laugh-out-loud novel had us hooked!' Hot Stars (Star magazine)

  • A funny take on first-time motherhood . . . A light look at how to fight low self-esteem' Sainsbury's Magazine - 'A therapeutic read for any new mum whose life has been turned upside down by the arrival of a baby' Family Interest

  • A funny tale of one lonely woman and her Benny Hill-lookalike baby' Belfast Telegraph

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Mink Elliott

Mink Elliott is a journalist who was Deputy Editor of Practical Parenting magazine, and has worked on many magazines in both the UK and Australia. She is currently living in Sydney.

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