My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This novel is the first Tony Parson's that I read. It's actually the third installment of the trilogy, the previous two are Man and Boy, and Man and Wife.
As I hadn't yet read the other two, so my review is based solely on the one book that I'd read.
The story is about Harry Silver who was a single parent who had remarried and live with three children. The plots of the story mainly involves Harry's relationship with his ex-wife concerning their matters and their son, Harry's relationship with his wife, Harry's struggle with the growth of his son, and also Harry's relationship with the friends of his late father, apart from Harry's daily job at a broadcasting company.
The story is easily relatable or connectable with the readers as the problems that the characters endured are mostly problems that people had everyday. I' d say, it's a real-life fiction.
The writing style is good & the level of the language used is grea