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Book Review: Williams’ Progress by Matt Rudd

Parenting? On second thoughts…

William’s Progress revels in the common and not-so-common traumas of being a father. The eponymous hero and his tolerant wife, Isobel, have a new son, Jacob, who is more than enough stress in an already busy life. Think again.

Amongst his new-found lack of parenting skills, William has to contend with his gay friends who are planning to redecorate his bathroom and film the chaos on national TV, a young, female boss who turns a blind eye to William’s merits for promotion, and a friend who’s dating his ex-girlfriend, the relationship-wrecker, Saskia. Try as William might, life takes a continual plunge for the worse, and he finds himself floundering in a tempest of bad luck, persecuted by a kickboxing tyrant called Brenda and her cat-murdering husband, Bob, who ensure that William’s future is about to get a lot worse.

Consistently funny, this book is a cheering read, great to pass the time on a long journey and a humorous warning if you’re thinking of having kids. VP

William’s Progress by Matt Rudd

Published by Harper Collins

About Victoria Pritchard

Columnist, reviewer, author and sometime sports coach


3 thoughts on “Book Review: Williams’ Progress by Matt Rudd

  1. this is very helpful information delivered with wit and style.

    Posted by Casal | Jul 5, 2012, 10:40 am
  2. Thanks for the review!

    Posted by Patricia Awapara | Jul 6, 2012, 2:04 pm
  3. great site, i like it. greetings.

    Posted by Carlos Reva | Nov 24, 2012, 12:05 am

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