A superior sort of 21st London-set chicklit, dealing with bereavement as well as boyfriends and bosses, and domestic violence and depression. The book doesn’t patronise, pity or preach, and it doesn’t try to pretend that Getting Over It is a quick business or something that affects everyone in similar ways. But it’s not all deep and meaningful, and there are some great scenes….. I particularly enjoyed the one where Jasper’s wicker furniture took its final flight.
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