Last copy. A just a tiny little bit scruffy. But still loveable.
A brilliantly perceptive and moving novel that announced Jonathan Franzen as one of our greatest living writers.
The Lamberts – Enid and Alfred and their three grown-up children – are a troubled family living in a troubled age. Alfred is slowly losing his mind to Parkinson’s disease. As his condition worsens, and the Lamberts are forced to face the secrets and failures that haunt them, Enid sets her heart on gathering everyone together for one last family Christmas.