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by Mark Gartside

eBook What Will Survive download ISBN: 0230759890
Author: Mark Gartside
Publisher: MacMillan (May 1, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1650 kb
Fb2: 1286 kb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: lrf mobi azw txt
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Literary

What Will Survive Hardcover – Large Print, 1 Apr 2013. by. Mark Gartside (Author).

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What Will Survive book. In a heart-warming and humorous tale of love, laughter and tears, Mark Gartside weaves a poignant story of one man's struggle to bring up his son whilst learning to love and smile all over again.

Mark Gartside was born in Warrington in the 1970s. He currently lives in Maine, USA, with his wife and two sons. Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Mark Gartside's books.

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WHAT WILL SURVIVE is a marvellously funny, deeply moving look at class and parenthood in Britain from the eighties to. .Reminiscent of Nick Hornby, David Nichols and Tony Parsons, Mark Gartside is a fantastic new talent.

WHAT WILL SURVIVE is a marvellously funny, deeply moving look at class and parenthood in Britain from the eighties to the present day. Bursting with life, WHAT WILL SURVIVE is warm, witty and a real tearjerker. Author: Referenced post not found.

Graham Melton was a normal fifteen-year-old until he met Charlotte Marshall over a can of warm lager at his best-friend's party in 1985. It was love at first sight, and teenage life was never going to be the same again. Two decades later, Graham is a single father trying to protect his son from the rigours of the modern world. Everything has changed, and the innocence has long gone. What happened in those years inbetween? How did something so perfect go so tragically wrong? In a heart-warming and humorous tale of love, laughter and tears, Mark Gartside weaves a poignant story of one man's struggle to bring up his son whilst learning to love and smile all over again.
Comments: (3)
Corgustari
i found the ending relatively predictable ,incomplete and sudden, that in itself weakened the plot and content for me personally.
Windworker
This was an enjoyable read with heart warming moments that reminded me of our own relationships...first love, mother and son, husband and wife..that first date. It raises some interesting moral issues on class, politics within families and old age, amongst others, set within what seems a fairly straightforward plot of a single parent bringing up a teenager. It is a book that made me laugh and it also had some tear jerking moments which was reminiscent of a Nick Hornby or Tony Parsons kind of book.
Swift Summer
Outstanding read. Emotional, invigorating. So well written one easily gets immersed into the drama, the highs and lows of Graham and Michael. An outstanding family tale in the modern age, giving a wonderful insight into live in northern England.