William's Progress

William s Progress William Walker loves his gorgeous wife and new son even if he did faint at the birth But now he s a father and a proud one at that It s just a shame that parenthood doesn t stop him doing the wrong t

  • Title: William's Progress
  • Author: Matt Rudd
  • ISBN: 9780007419159
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Paperback
  • William's Progress

    William Walker loves his gorgeous wife and new son even if he did faint at the birth But now he s a father, and a proud one at that It s just a shame that parenthood doesn t stop him doing the wrong thing at precisely the wrong time, with comically catastrophic results for his increasingly exasperated family.

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    1. Colin

      William is a character that most men can relate to in some way, as most men (I think) will be a father at some point. There is further encouragement to take his side when we find that he isn’t happy with his work, being in an office where he is quickly becoming the oldest there and having to cope with colleagues that clearly are going to advance further than he ever did, or will. Men will recognise, to a lesser or greater degree, the demotion of men to third place in the relationship or peckin [...]

    2. Emily Richards

      'William's Progress' follows on from 'William Walker's First Year of Marriage: A Horror Story', in the same diary-style prose, accounting another year in the life of William Walker.All the familiar characters are there as well as some eccentric new characters: the ginger midget kick-boxer and her neighbours, and some cats and chickens. This year of William's life starts with the birth of his son, Jacob, and takes you on a roller-coaster of the stupid things the William does and the ridiculous si [...]

    3. Alison

      Follow up to William Walker's First Year of Marriage and a very enjoyable tale. At the end of the first book William's marriage is saved after the devious Alex and Saskia the Destroyer of Relationships did their best to wreck it, and William has discovered he is about to become a father. This book begins 9 months on, on New Year's Day, when William jnr is born, and follows William through the next twelve months as he learns about fatherhood, village life, work and happiness. Though some of the s [...]

    4. Kate

      Oh that was a good, easy, read - top grade chick lit+. Laugh out loud funny take on relationships and life as a brand new parent. So true and therefore so funny. Not fluff mind, some seriously serious observations and insight. Well written in an easy style - a pleasure to read. Entertaining, funny, humane and warm. I'll have to get the first one now but hope there's more to come - I'd like to hear more about William & co.

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