The Red House: A Novel
Be enchanted by this book while you are relaxing right on your couch and when you are through with it, you can pass it on and let other people tell what they think about it. In the book Angela and Richard, who had spent "no more than an afternoon in each other's company over the last 15 years," and their families are thrown together for a week at a house in the English countryside. Six weeks after the death of their mother, Richard invites his estranged sister, Angela, to spend a week with him at a rental house in Hay-on-Wye on the border of Wales. He’s a busy, well-off doctor; she’s a harried schoolteacher. It’ll be fun: a chance to smooth out “all that hardwired sibling friction.” But they won’t be alone. Richard has recently remarried and acquired a mean-spirited teenage stepdaughter in the bargain. And Angela is bringing her husband and three children. To finish this inviting book you have to visit our online store and then buy it there and then enjoy a good read. The book promises to keep you hooked up until the very end, so go on and order the copy and will have it delivered to your door.
The author Mark Haddon is a British novelist and poet, best known for his 2003 novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. He was educated at Uppingham School and Merton College, Oxford, where he studied English. Haddon is a vegetarian, and enjoys vegetarian cookery. He describes himself as a 'hard-line atheist'. Mark Haddon is also known for his series of Agent Z books, one of which, Agent Z and the Penguin from Mars, was made into a 1996 Children's BBC sitcom. He also wrote the screenplay for the BBC television adaptation of Raymond Briggs's story Fungus the Bogeyman, screened on BBC1 in 2004.
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