February 2011 Book of the Month.
The final part of the trilogy that includes Man and Boy and Man and Wife. We have moved on 10 years in Harry's life and just as everything seems to be falling in to place, events unfold that threaten the happiness Harry has worked so hard to achieve. Funny, moving and charming, Tony Parsons hits the nail on the head again.
The final episode in the trilogy that began with the million-copy bestseller MAN AND BOY, followed with MAN AND WIFE and ends ten years on with MEN FROM THE BOYS. Ten years on from MAN AND BOY, it is crunch time for Harry! Life is good for Harry Silver. He has a beautiful wife, three wonderful children and a great job as producer of the cult radio show, A Clip Round the Ear. But Harry is about to turn forty and his ex-wife is back in town. Soon it could be time to kiss the good life goodbye! When Harry's 14-year-old son Pat moves out to live with his mother, the hard times have only just begun. With his son gone, his job at risk and his wife unsettled by the reappearance of her own ex, their dream seems to be falling apart. Into the chaos of Harry Silver's life stroll two old soldiers who fought alongside Harry's late father in The Battle of Monte Cassino in the spring of 1944. Will these two grumpy old men help Harry reclaim his son, his family and his life? And can they show Harry Silver what it really means to be a man? Funny, moving and unforgettable, MEN FROM THE BOYS is a story of how we live now.
|Publication date:||20th January 2011|
|Publisher:||Harper an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Primary Genre||Modern and Contemporary Fiction|
Closing date: 12/12/2021
Praise for Starting Over:
'One of the many great things about a Tony Parsons novel is that they always make you feel not just alive, but even more aware of how precious life is! Another modern classic
'Returning to familiar themes of relationships and fatherhood! Tony Parsons has written his most engaging novel to date'
'From the author of Man and Boy comes this honest and funny story of a man whose life is transformed when he's given a 19-year-old's heart'
'Funny and touching'
Woman & Home
Tony Parsons left school at sixteen and his first job in journalism was at the New Musical Express. His first journalism after leaving the NME was when he was embedded with the Vice Squad at 27 Savile Row, West End Central. The roots of the DC Max Wolfe series started here. Since then he has become an award-winning journalist and bestselling novelist whose books have been translated into more than forty languages. The Murder Bag, the first novel in the DC Max Wolfe series, went to number one on first publication in the UK. The Slaughter Man was also a Sunday ...More About Tony Parsons