By Jonathan Coe
The unintended Woman is a wickedly humorous novel from bestseller Jonathan Coe
For Maria, not anything is bound. Her existence is a series of injuries. Untouched via friendship, unimpressed by way of dedicated Ronny and his never-ending marriage proposals, she lives in a global of her personal, yet no longer of her personal making. whilst she came across via collage, paintings, marriage and motherhood, Maria reveals it difficult to determine what the entire fuss is about.
Will our heroine ever have the ability to keep watch over the path of her existence, or will it finish, because it started, accidentally? What does likelihood subsequent have in shop for her?
From the writer of the award-winning The Rotters' membership and What a Carve Up!, The unintended Woman may be loved through readers of Nick Hornby and William Boyd and centres on a unusual and hugely person girl who's nonetheless suffering to discover her position in lifestyles.
'The unintended girl has a cocky person voice of its personal. . . here's precocious, rebellious talent' Mail on Sunday
'Slyly parodies the clichés of so much first novels' Guardian
'A convincing stuffy of the random impetuses in which human lives are typically ruled. it's also very funny' Spectator
Jonathan Coe's novels are jam-packed with biting social statement, relocating and astute observations of existence and hilarious set items that experience made him the most well known writers of his new release. His different titles, What a Carve Up! (winner of the 1995 John Llewellyn Rhys Prize), A contact of affection, The Rotters' Club (winner of the Everyman Wodehouse prize), The Closed Circle, The bad privateness of Maxwell Sim, the home of Sleep (winner of the1998 Prix Médicis Étranger), and The Rain sooner than it Falls, are all to be had in Penguin paperback.