I Wish We Weren't Related : A hilarious novel about who we become when we go back to our family home by Radhika Sanghani


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FOURTEEN DAYS, THREE SISTERS AND THE MOTHER OF ALL LIES'Radhika has the ability to create characters who make us laugh while pulling on our heartstrings. This book is a joy' Jane Fallon'A heartwarming novel' Sheila O'Flanagan'Whip-smart, laugh out loud hilarious, and has so much heart' Beth Reekles-----Reeva Mehta is thriving. Consumed in her career as one of London's top divorce lawyers, she doesn't bat an eyelid when her mum calls to tell her that her dad is dead. Because he's been dead since she was five . . . hasn't he?If finding out her dad was alive - until last week - wasn't bad enough, his last request was for his daughters to spend fourteen days in mourning at his house. Which means Reeva must spend a fortnight stuck with the people who betrayed her when she needed them the most - her sisters. Navigating her absent Bollywood megastar mother, newly dead father and scheming sisters with only a temperamental boyfriend - and even more temperamental cat - by her side, it's no wonder Reeva's hair is falling out. Could confronting the truth help the Mehtas put aside their differences, or will attending a funeral be the death of this family?A fresh, funny and oh-so-relatable novel about trying to be the grown up when your magnificently messy family seems set to sabotage everything. Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with this addictive read. 'Hilariously funny, totally heartfelt and completely original' Laura Price'I absolutely loved it! It was like a glorious warm hug of a book!' Harriet Minter'Such a gorgeous read' Poorna BellREADERS ARE LOVING I WISH WE WEREN'T RELATED:'This book had me hooked' REAL READER REVIEW'Relatable, raw and riotously witty' REAL READER REVIEW'Absolutely brilliant' REAL READER REVIEW'Full of heart and so funny in the most awkwardly relatable ways' REAL READER REVIEW
Binding: Paperback / softback

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