What A Way To Go – By Julia Forster

 

JULIA FORSTER

When Harper was five her parents split up. Dad kept Ivy Cottage in the sleepy village of Hardingstone where ‘people walk without aim, as if the footpaths are covered in treacle’.  Mum got Harper and the Mini. Harper is now on the brink of becoming a teenager. She lives with her mum and spends alternate weekends with her dad.  The two worlds she inhabits are very different.

What a Way to Go is a character driven novel which moves at a good, steady pace. It tells Harper’s story in a moving and sensitive way, packed with humour, wit and insight. References to polka dot clothes, music magazines such as Smash Hits and UCCA forms immerse you in the 1980’s. Julia has done a fantastic job at providing a very entertaining read.

For a full review of What A Way To Go visit the Greenacre Writers site on the link below:

http://greenacrewriters.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/what-way-to-go-by-julia-forster.html

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Image courtesy of Alice Hendy

Julia has been in the publishing industry for many years and has received valuable experience in many fields.  She spent time ploughing through manuscripts at a literary agency in London and was involved in marketing and publicity for the literary magazine New Welsh Review.

You can read more about Julia Forster in Conversation with Greenacre Writers on the link below:

http://greenacrewriters.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/a-conversation-with-julia-forster.html