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  • It offers a witty and bitingly accurate tale of suburban frustration whose slightness is integral to its charm.

    Daily Mail
  • Charles Webb's sequel to THE GRADUATE sparkles with as much wit
    and invention as the original. Throughout the book, everything - dialogue, characterisation, even incident - is pared down to a minimum, and yet the result, far from being undernourished, hums with richness and vitality. So here's to you Mrs Robinson, and to Charles Webb for doing such a fine job of resurrecting her.

    Sunday Telegraph
  • Distinctive, wry, spare and beautifully modulated

    Daily Telegraph
  • Forty years overdue, the sequel to The Graduate was worth the wait. A great read.

    The London Paper
  • By utilising the same wry humour and pinpoint characterisation of the first novel, and by delving even further into the dark motives of the iconic Mrs Robinson, Webb has made this continuation of a classic believable and entertaining.

    The Works

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