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Everything Changes

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Buying a rundown motel to start a new life — what could possibly go wrong? In this funny and moving novel, prize-winning author Stephanie Johnson turns her wry eye on us. 'What a fabulous read. Stephanie Johnson's characters choose an old motel with little to offer except an amazing view in order to start a 'new life'. Their first guests are a classic cast of the sorrowful and dysfunctional that every-day life throws at us these days. They are joined by their pregnant daughter, a mysterious young criminal from next door and a dog that knows more than all of them put together. The story is fast paced, and unpredictable, it's smart, contemporary and heartbreaking all at once. And, just when it was about to make me cry, Johnson startled me into wild laughter. This is her best book ever, and I loved every page of it.' – Fiona Kidman

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Publisher: Penguin Random House New Zealand

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780143775546
  • Release date: March 6, 2021

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780143775546
  • File size: 1244 KB
  • Release date: March 6, 2021

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OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

Buying a rundown motel to start a new life — what could possibly go wrong? In this funny and moving novel, prize-winning author Stephanie Johnson turns her wry eye on us. 'What a fabulous read. Stephanie Johnson's characters choose an old motel with little to offer except an amazing view in order to start a 'new life'. Their first guests are a classic cast of the sorrowful and dysfunctional that every-day life throws at us these days. They are joined by their pregnant daughter, a mysterious young criminal from next door and a dog that knows more than all of them put together. The story is fast paced, and unpredictable, it's smart, contemporary and heartbreaking all at once. And, just when it was about to make me cry, Johnson startled me into wild laughter. This is her best book ever, and I loved every page of it.' – Fiona Kidman

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