Evelyn and Muriel Axon, mother and daughter, lead a haunted existence. Objects of horror to their neighbours, they evade or terrorise any social worker who crosses their path. Inside their house, they pursue a covert persecution of each other, shrinking from the unseen occupants of their spare room. But change is in the air…
Every Day is Mother's Day is a merciless comedy of colliding lives: of sex, death, madness, adultery and the social services.
"Strange…rather mad…extremely funny…she reminded me of the early Muriel Spark" (Auberon Waugh)
"What a terrific book" (Fay Weldon)
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Funny and thought provoking
- Keith D. Brown
a srangly beguiling read
not one of the best but amongst my top 10 so far i will certainly listen to it again
quite possibly although I have read paper copies of 2 of her books already
I liked mum and daughter the interaction and misunderstanding between them
would you like to live next door to these people ?
i enjoyed listening to this book i found it at times quite thought provoking and sad
- Ms. Valerie B. Oneill