[Reading] ➿ The Adults By Caroline Hulse – Landyshi.info

The Adults The Most Hilarious Debut You Will Read This Year.Meet The AdultsClaire And Matt Are Divorced But Decide What S Best For Their Daughter Scarlett Is To Have A Normal Family Christmas They Can T Agree On Whose Idea It Was, Or Who Said They Should Bring Their New Partners But Someone Did And It S Too Late To Pull The Plug.Claire Brings Her New Boyfriend Patrick, A Seemingly Eligible Iron Man In Waiting Matt Brings The New Love Of His Life Alex, Funny, Smart, And Extremely Patient Scarlett, Their Daughter, Brings Her Imaginary Friend Posey He S A Rabbit Together The Five Or Six Of Them Grit Their Teeth Over Organized Fun Activities, Drinking A Little Too Much After Bed Time, Oversharing Classified Secrets About Their Pasts And, Before You Know It, Their Holiday Is A Powder Keg That Ends Where This Story Starts With A Tearful, Frightened, Call To The PoliceBut What Happened They Said They D All Be Adults About ThisIf You Loved The Break By Marian Keyes Or Raved About The Rosie Project Look No Further Than The Adults.


10 thoughts on “The Adults

  1. says:

    My life has been going to hell in a handbasket clogged sewer line and flooded bathroom for starters , so I decided it was time for a comedy And I love dysfunctional family stories This isn t really a dysfunctional family It s two exes and their current partners and the daughter they share Matt, the ex husband managed to irritate m


  2. says:

    It s unfortunate that the publishers bill this as The most hilarious debut you will read all year This novel about a divorced couple with joint custody of their seven year old daughter who come together with their new boyfriend girlfriend is cute and fun, but I only chuckled once during the book Cute and fun are not the same thing as hilari


  3. says:

    4 adults 2 ex s 1 child 1 imaginary purple rabbit Posey 1 holiday vacation trip A magical Christmas to never forget.Ok haha I don t know about everyone but me taking a vacation trip with my ex sounds like an absolute s..t show lol This was quite the story Caroline Hulse explores relationships in a clever and sassy way in this story Can we ever really


  4. says:

    Find all of my reviews at that you re going to be seeing Christmas book reviews so late knowing how I review, probably in February or March , but when I take a vacation I really take a vacation and don t log on post reviews so it is was it is.Wow, this kind of has a low rating It was also a mixed bag with my friends But for me And you should totally trust


  5. says:

    Full review on my blog4 adults 2 ex s 1 child 1 imaginary rabbit 1 holiday lodge Magical Christmas time What could possibly go wrong In this witty little contemporary drama, Hulse explores relationships in an enjoyable way Can we really stay civilised with our ex partners I rea...


  6. says:

    Well, I didn t hate it, but didn t really like it either hence the 2 rating The description of this book sounded like something that would be really fun to read for the holidays A divorced couple bringing their new significant others on a vacation all together so they could spend Christmas with their daughter You know things will go wrong And how about the book being described as


  7. says:

    My Rating 3 StarsGenre General Fiction MysteryPublisher Random HousePub Date November 27, 2018Caroline Hulse s novel is a dark comedy that had me laughing out loud than once Imagine the dysfunctional dynamics between divorced parents with a seven year old daughter Both parents now have new live in partners Now imagine all four adults two who have never even met each other going on a Chris


  8. says:

    Solid and entertaining dysfunctional family dark comedy that is perfect for the holiday season A great undemanding escapist read that does not insult the intelligence This will be perfect airplane or vacation reading to help you endure your own family holiday gatherings, especially if they are dysfunctional too Also highly recommended if you ve been feeling a bit bummed that Liane Moriarty s recent


  9. says:

    Matt and Claire are no longer married, but both want to spend the Christmas holiday with their seven year old daughter, Scarlett It s not quite clear whose idea it was, or how the whole thing came about, but suddenly Matt, Claire, their new partners, and Scarlett are spending a long weekend at the Happy Forest holiday park Oh yes, and we can t forget that Posey, Scarlett s giant imaginary friend a nearly life


  10. says:

    REALLY loved this funny and heartfelt story about two readjusted families who attempt to spend Christmas together and act like adults We are all fine now Well not so much and it s brilliant Full review for the blog tour.


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