Dinner for Two Paperback
by Mike Gayle
A witty and touching novel for fans of Tony Parsons and Nick Hornby. Thirty-two-year-old music journalist Dave Harding has got a nice house, a cushy job and in Izzy, his partner, the ideal companion for an intimate dinner for two.
But when friends of Dave announce they're having a baby the biological clock he never knew existed starts ticking.
Loudly. When the magazine Dave works for folds he is forced to take the worst job in journalism - Agony Uncle for Teen Scene.
Suddenly cooler-than-cool Dave is knee deep in the adolescent outpourings of his teenage readership.
One letter out of thousands, however, turns his life upside down.
Thirteen-year-old Nicola O'Connell doesn't want advice about boys - she wants to know about Dave because she's convinced that Dave Harding is her dad. And she's got the facts to prove it.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 384 pages, B Format
- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date: 01/08/2002
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780340767962
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Review by kikianika
One of my favourite authors, but definitely not one of my favourite books of his. I still read it in a single day. It's easy, fast-paced and natural-sounding. I just didn't connect well with the characters. I would have loved a bit more surrounding than there was, but everybody felt very real and there. Highly recommended.
Review by Nataliec7
I enjoyed this book. Easy to read, likeable characters and a good ending. Another great from Mike Gayle.