Kel McGowan is Kelligrafie
An invalid mother. Two daughters. One who does all the cooking and cleaning. The other goes out to earn an honest wage. None of them ever understand what the other is going through. They're all so hard done. Blah, blah, blah. If only people in books sat down and actually, calmly discussed things. We wouldn't have as many books granted, but the fictional characters would live much better lives.
2/5. Dull and generic. Want a quick read, it's only about 80 pages. But if you have a bit more ambition, this will send you heading for the Dickens section of the library.
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