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by Julia Widdows
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Julia Widdows
  • ISBN:
    0552775010
  • ISBN13:
    978-0552775014
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  • Publisher:
    Transworld Publishers (August 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    464 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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From up here on a fine day I can see endless blue, trackless wastes. My window looks over the back of the house and beyond the gardens to fields and woods.

From up here on a fine day I can see endless blue, trackless wastes. I imagine it's the kind of view a Carolyn would have from her bedroom window. The hills are proper hills

I'd found the book on the window sill in my room, tucked behind the curtain. I don't know if it had been hidden or just left there, forgotten. Perhaps they did. I've always found it too easy to think of perhaps, to live in perhaps

I'd found the book on the window sill in my room, tucked behind the curtain. I didn't care – it was something to read, and I was already halfway through. I've always found it too easy to think of perhaps, to live in perhaps. The perhaps of being a Carolyn, the perhaps of people who wished they were us.

I'd found the book on the window sill in my room, tucked behind the curtain. I don't know if it had been hidden or just left there, forgotten

I'd found the book on the window sill in my room, tucked behind the curtain.

Living In Perhaps book. So when she is invited to meet the vibrant, bohemian family next door in their messy house full of books and paintings and empty of rules, Carol soon begins a secret double life over the much Carol has always resented her family-her mother, endlessly knitting, her father and his obsession with next door's encroaching garden hedge, and her brother, ever silent.

Living In Perhaps Hardcover – 30 Jan 2009. by Julia Widdows (Author).

Carol has always resented her family-her mother, endlessly knitting, her father and his obsession with next door's encroaching garden hedge, and her brother, ever silent and scheming. So when she is invited to meet the vibrant, bohemian family next door in their messy house full of books and paintings and empty of rules, Carol soon begins a secret double life over the much-hated garden hedge.

So when she is invited to meet the vibrant, bohemian family next door in their messy house full of books and paintings and empty of rules, Carol soon begins a secret double life over the much-hated garden hedge.

So when she is invited to meet the vibrant, bohemian family next door in their messy house full of books and paintings and empty of rules, Carol soon begins a secret double life over the much-hated garden hedge that she is adopted. But on her 16th birthday Carol receives the shock of her life when her wish comes true.

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2009) A novel by Julia Widdows. Carol always resented her desperately dull Middle England family - her mother, endlessly knitting, her father and his weekly obsession with next door's ever-encroaching garden hedge, and her brother, ever silent and scheming. So when she is invited to meet the vibrant, bohemian family next door in their messy house full of books and paintings and empty of rules, Carol soon begins a secret double life over the much-hated garden hedge that she is adopted

Carol has always resented her family—her mother, endlessly knitting, her father and his obsession with next door's encroaching garden hedge, and her brother, ever silent and scheming. So when she is invited to meet the vibrant, bohemian family next door in their messy house full of books and paintings and empty of rules, Carol soon begins a secret double life over the much-hated garden hedge. Here Carol voices her greatest fantasy and tells her first major lie—that she is adopted. But on her 16th birthday Carol receives the shock of her life when her wish comes true. And as, years later, Carol frenetically narrates her story from a psychiatric unit, we realise how it affected her and those around her in the darkest of ways.