From the critically acclaimed author of Nice Work and Small World comes a dazzling, compassionate comedy of midlife crisis. Lawrence Passmore, to all appearances, is sitting pretty. He writes for a successful TV show, has a new house, an expensive car, and a flat in London. But the one thing he does not have is contentment. His quest for the source of it will lead Lawrence on a journey into obsession. Simultaneous paperback release from Penguin.
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"Full of delights... His view of our neuroses is sane, intelligent and amused" (John Mortimer Sunday Times)
"Energetic, comic...a highly ingenious games-board of moves and counter-moves" ( Sunday Telegraph)
"Lodge remains one of the very best English comic novelists of the post-war era; and Therapy is good for you" ( Time Out)
"Takes off on wings of humour and pathos which would not have disgraced Lodge's great hero Dickens... A splendid novel" ( Daily Express)
"A real treat...a joy - a sobering joy, but a joy none the less" ( Observer)
A highly entertaining novel about a successful sitcom writer's search for his lost contentment.
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