By Emma Frost
A turbulent black comedy approximately love, loneliness and the way we form our future.
Lucy thinks she's eventually cracked the affection factor. Joe, her good-looking American boyfriend, is relocating to London. So how come he appears to be like heading for the emergency go out? Lucy's ally Scarlet is on an unending carousel of losers, clients and married males. Her dad simply thinks we are all at an advantage flying solo.
But while a mysterious New Zealander arrives of their midst and starts off exhibiting an bad curiosity in Lucy, it sounds as if everyone's luggage is eventually popping out on display...
'wincingly humorous' - Independent
'extremely guaranteed' - Independent on Sunday
'astonishingly candid... makes you desire for a habitual Frost' - Guardian
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