Get ready for Dinner with the Schnabels, a hilarious and heartwarming dramedy about a chaotic Australian family by award-winning author, Toni Jordan.
‘I loved every page of this funny, warm, delightful novel!’
‘Told with great humour and pathos. It is a tonic and a delight.’
‘Toni Jordan at her finest – brilliantly observed and highly entertaining. I inhaled her words then snorted them out laughing!’
‘Smart, tender, wise and hilarious. This is a dinner I didn’t want to leave.’
ABOUT THE BOOK
Things haven’t gone well for Simon Larsen lately. He adores his wife, Tansy, and his children, but since his business failed and he lost the family home, he can’t seem to get off the couch.
His larger-than-life in-laws, the Schnabels – Tansy’s mother, sister and brother – won’t get off his case. To keep everyone happy, Simon needs to do one little job: he has a week to landscape a friend’s backyard for an important Schnabel family event.
But as the week progresses, Simon is derailed by the arrival of an unexpected house guest. Then he discovers Tansy is harbouring a secret. As his world spins out of control, who can Simon really count on when the chips are down?
Life with the Schnabels is messy, chaotic and joyful, and Dinner with the Schnabels is as heartwarming as it is outrageously funny. For fans of Marian Keyes and David Nicholls.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Toni Jordan has worked as a molecular biologist, quality control chemist, TAB operator and door-to-door aluminium siding salesperson. She is the author of six novels including the international bestseller Addition, which was longlisted for the Miles Franklin Award, Nine Days, which was awarded Best Fiction at the 2012 Indie Awards and was named in Kirkus Reviews’ top 10 Historical Novels of 2013, and Our Tiny, Useless Hearts, which was longlisted for the International Dublin Literary Award. Toni has been published widely in newspapers and magazines. She holds a Bachelor of Science in physiology and a PhD in Creative Arts. Toni lives in Melbourne.
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