Reads like a cross between I Capture the Castle and Love, Nina, with a pinch of Adrian Mole' The Bookseller`We defy you not to love Sue' Good Housekeeping'Campari for Breakfast is truly, charmingly splendid' Lucy RobinsonLife is full of terrible things. Ghosts of dead relatives, heartbreak . .
. burnt toast. In 1987, Sue Bowl's world changes for ever.
Her mother dies, leaving her feeling like she's lost a vital part of herself. And then her father shacks up with an awful man-eater called Ivana. But Sue's mother always told her to make the most of what she's got - and what she's got is a love of writing and some eccentric relatives.
So Sue moves to her Aunt Coral's crumbling ancestral home, where she fully intends to write a book and fall in love . . .
and perhaps drink Campari for breakfastCampari for Breakfast is a heart-warming, eccentric novel that joins the ranks of great British coming-of-age novels such as Dodie Smith's I Capture the Castle and Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love.