In Anne Giardini’s bestselling debut novel, The Sad Truth About Happiness, Maggie, the perfect middle daughter of eccentric parents,finds herself on an impulsive quest for happiness, together with her sister Lucy’s newborn son. It’s a journey that will take her across the country—and ultimately lead her home.A poignant and sharply witty novel that’s a joy to share as well as to read, The Sad Truth About Happiness explores the problems of family, love, work, friendship and loyalty with a warm and deeply felt affection for its fallible, likable characters. Giardini is a masterful and generous storyteller.
Harper Perennial, 2005. ISBN: 9780006394105. 304 pp.Softcover. Fine.
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