The Most Fun We Ever Had
‘A literary love child of Jonathan Franzen and Anne Tyler … outstanding and highly enjoyable’ – The Observer
Meet the Sorenson family.
Marilyn has somehow fallen into motherhood and spent four decades married to David, who's pretty certain he loves her more than anyone has ever loved another person. Wendy, their eldest, a cause for concern, soothes herself with drink after being widowed young, while Violet, lawyer-turned-stay-at-home-mother, is disturbed by the reappearance of a son placed for adoption fifteen years earlier.
Liza, a professor, is pregnant with a baby she's not sure she wants by a man she's not sure she loves and Grace, their dawdling youngest daughter, lives a lie that no one in her family suspects.