""At last, a funny novelist with guts." - Henry Sutton, Mirror. Everyone's on antidepressants, suffering Post Romantic Stress Disorder, especially Daphne, who's just been severely chucked by lily-livered Donnie. Being unhappy is embarrassing, therefore intolerable, and so everyone's secretly on the happy pills. After a lot of soup, a soupçon of unseemly relationships, a few deaths and an abundance of life-affirming triumphs, 'pro-joy' is mooted by Pierce as the way to go. But is it really? "Marney gives chick lit a shot of adrenalin with a novel featuring one of literature's most repulsive love objects. Hard core romance for the bitter and twisted." - The Independent (one of the picks for 50 Best Reads). "A hilarious edgy satire." - Daily Record
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About the Author
The author of four novels and numerous short stories and plays, Laura Marney is a Creative Writing Tutor at Glasgow University. Her first novel, No Wonder I Take a Drink, was voted one of the 20 best Scottish books of all time in The List magazine.