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  • A pulsing comedy of country manners. A five-alarm blaze of a book. Just about perfick.

  • A gently, anarchic wish-fulfilling daydream

    The Times
  • A perfick piece of entertainment

    New York Times
  • A wistful daydream about innocence and happiness

  • Pop Larkin, Ma and their progeny . . . are essentially English of the rich and ribald England of Chaucer and Shakespeare. A superb and timeless comedy

  • As funny as Evelyn Waugh and as enchanting as Laurie Lee's Cider with Rosie. Don't miss it

  • They are absolute comfort books

    The Lady

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