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William's Progress

William Walker Series, Book 2

by Matt Rudd

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A brilliant new comic novel about love, marriage, parenthood and the million tiny little things that conspire to trip you up on the rocky road to all three.

William has a twelve-year-old boss bent on his destruction; the interior design duo from hell re-decorating his bathroom; and an angry ginger midget with a mean right hook on his case.

Then there's the flood.

And the village full of Machiavellian nutters.

On the plus side, he has as a gorgeous wife and an adorable new son -- and he loves them both. It's just a shame that parenthood doesn't stop him doing the wrong thing at precisely the wrong time, with catastrophic results for his small -- and increasingly exasperated -- family.

It's very nearly too much for one man to handle.

Correction. It is ENTIRELY too much for one man to handle.

And that man is William Walker.


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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

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  • ISBN: 9780007396948
  • Release date: July 8, 2010

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  • ISBN: 9780007396948
  • File size: 577 KB
  • Release date: July 8, 2010

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Fiction Literature

Languages

English

A brilliant new comic novel about love, marriage, parenthood and the million tiny little things that conspire to trip you up on the rocky road to all three.

William has a twelve-year-old boss bent on his destruction; the interior design duo from hell re-decorating his bathroom; and an angry ginger midget with a mean right hook on his case.

Then there's the flood.

And the village full of Machiavellian nutters.

On the plus side, he has as a gorgeous wife and an adorable new son -- and he loves them both. It's just a shame that parenthood doesn't stop him doing the wrong thing at precisely the wrong time, with catastrophic results for his small -- and increasingly exasperated -- family.

It's very nearly too much for one man to handle.

Correction. It is ENTIRELY too much for one man to handle.

And that man is William Walker.


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