The debut novel from BAFTA Award-winning writer of TV's COLD FEET: a laugh-out-loud tale of contemporary relationships, this is perfect for anyone who has ever fallen in love. Or out of love. Or back in love again.
'Trust wasn't something you could have in degrees; it was all or nothing...'
Greg and Amanda are happy. They've been together thirteen years and have two young daughters. They're very much in love.
Dan and Sarah aren't so fortunate. Their marriage is going through the motions and they're just staying together for the sake of their son.
When one bad decision sends a happy couple into turmoil and turns an unhappy couple into love's young dream, there's only one thing that can keep everything from falling apart: trust.
Move over David Nicholls. For here's a serious contender for your contemporary-urban-ironic crown. A comic tour de force, brimming with wit and weary wisdom — Daily Mail
As addictive as a favourite sitcom. Mike Bullen deftly juggles the interwoven plotlines without ever threatening to lose the reader and pulls them all into a satisfying ending. Plenty of laughs and surprises — Graeme Simsion
Trust made me yelp with laughter and cringe with recognition at the same time. Blissfully funny and blisteringly honest. I loved it. — Caroline Quentin
A funny, poignant and complex story of what happens to relationships when trust breaks down, beautifully handled by an accomplished writer. — Carole Matthews
A sharp and gag-filled take on modern relationships from the creator of Cold Feet. — Sunday Mirror
Smart and fun story about relationships from the creator of Cold Feet — Heat Magazine
Trust is Bullen's first novel - and the things he excelled at in Cold Feet he absolutely excels at here... (it)reminded me of books by David Nicholls and Mark Haddon (and) is a read that lot of people will enjoy and empathise with, given that it explores relationships, suburbia and the surprising complexities of people so well. — Bookbag
A brilliantly funny debut novel about mid-life relationships from the creator of Cold Feet — The Pool
Warm, funny, but not so sharp you might cut yourself on its knowingness . . . an effortless joy to read — Sam Baker, The Pool
A perceptive and comic story about the complexities of relationships — Yorkshire Post
From the creator of hit TV show Cold Feet comes this hilarious and honest novel — Bella
Trust, the first novel from Cold Feet creator Mike Bullen, is a perceptive and comic story about the complexities of relationships . . . an entertaining read — Reading Midweek
This is a modern take on the age-old theme of marriage-gone-stale. An oldie, but in Bullen's hands, most definitely a goodie. If you adore Tony Parsons and Nick Hornby, you'll love this. — NEXT magazine
Can Greg win Amanda back? A fantastic farce planted in David Nicholls territory, and giving him a serious run for his money. — Daily Mail
|Dimensiuni||20 x 13 cm|