Something in Common, James Grieve
When Professor Blinks and his blended family arrive in Touraine, ‘the Garden of France’, for a sabbatical year, they begin to discover that their lodgings will offer experiences more unforeseen than old-world grandeur and blocked drains. Their landlady Mme de Monzets-Merveylles, will confound their expectations, test their powers of comprehension and, quite possibly, their hold on reality.
James Grieve‘s Something in Common, sophisticated and wry, draws the reader through an entanglement of intercultural misunderstanding, both comic and tragic.
|Dimensions||22 × 12 × 1.5 cm|