#1756: Roddy Doyle "Life Without Children" | The Book Show

March 15, 2022 00:27:30
#1756: Roddy Doyle "Life Without Children" | The Book Show
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Booker Prize–winning author Roddy Doyle’s latest is "Life Without Children." The book is a warm and witty portrait of our pandemic lives told in ten heartrending short stories. Love and marriage. Children and family. Death and grief. Life touches everyone the same. But living under lockdown? That changes us alone.

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