Fiona Gibson / Sep 17, 2019

Wonderboy In this poignant mom lit take Ro and Marcus tired of paying exorbitant parking fines and wanting to raise their son Tod in a peaceful environment swap London life for a cottage in Chetsley But th

  • Title: Wonderboy
  • Author: Fiona Gibson
  • ISBN: 9780373895328
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this poignant mom lit take, Ro and Marcus, tired of paying exorbitant parking fines and wanting to raise their son, Tod, in a peaceful environment, swap London life for a cottage in Chetsley But the soon discover that a simple life still brings complications Original.

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    About "Fiona Gibson"

      • Fiona Gibson

        Fiona is an author and journalist who has written for many UK publications including The Observer, The Guardian, Marie Claire, Red, New Woman, Top Sante and Elle She writes a monthly column for Sainsbury s magazine and is a Contributing Editor at Red magazine.Fiona lives in Scotland with her husband, their twin sons and daughter She likes to draw, run 10k races, play her saxophone and lie in the bath with a big glass of wine, although not all at once.


    1. i kept falling asleep. i skipped ahead to see if there was something worth reading about and i found her having a tiresome conversation with her estranged husband. like nothing had changed from the 30th page to the 30th-from last page. i'm sure something did, but it wasn't obvious enough to keep me interested. but i like the cover. maybe i'll try again someday. maybe not.

    2. I could empathize with the main character of this story and her love of her somewhat unusual son. The story was an easy read and I was quite moved by the authors ability to convey the emotion behind the subtlest of actions. A really nice book .

    3. I thought this book was pretty good. It wasn't a thoroughly "light" read as there were some pretty serious issues that happened in it. I just didn't care for the ending, it just kind of stops if you know what I mean.

    4. It was okay. Kid was special, maybe autistic. The Dad/husband was a twit. Main woman a little mousy.

    5. Upon hearing about Marcus and Ro upping sticks to the country with their son Tod, I couldn't help but envy them slightly. Their new life seemed idealic, although it was an interesting twist about why Marcus is so reluctant to return home all the time. My only critisms are that it ended rather abruptly, without finding out much about whether anything is blossoming between Ro and Joe, and the book lacked an overall major storyline. However, it was a nice relaxing read that didn't require too much [...]

    6. I was not all that impressed with my first Red Dress Ink book. I followed the story because the character of Tod struck me as being similar to students I had in the pass. I work with special needs students who have some of the same issues as Tod. I stuck with the book for that purpose. The Memory Keepers Daughter by Kim Edwards to me was better than this book. I would definitely still read more of Fiona Gibson’s work. I just didn’t connect with the book.

    7. When I began this book (recommended by Powells' Daily Dose) it struck me as just another chick-lit book. It began to draw me in, thanks to some very likable and interesting characters, then left me hanging at the end. I stayed up late to finish it and was left with such an incomplete feeling that I had vivid dreams about the characters, coming to closure in my own subconscious.

    8. I got this from the library because I enjoy Fiona Gibson's columns in the Herald, and this story is definitely recognizable from her usual writing. I wasn't totally convinced by her characters and the story was a bit predictable, but the narrative was funny and quite moving in places, and I did enjoy the book.

    9. I really enjoyed Wonderboy. I'm at a place in life that I could relate to Ro and her devotion to her son and exasperation with her husband and sometimes Motherhood. I enjoyed Fiona Gibson's quick wit and funny descriptions of everyday circumstances. It was an easy read but far from boring. Very funny and heartfelt!

    10. I fear running out of books by Fiona Gibson. Such a very good writer. Each one better than the last.She tells a story with such ease. It's like taking with a very witty, cherished friend.

    11. Kind of good, but kind of odd. Not recommending it. This little family moves to the British countryside for the well being of their 5 year old son. The lead woman is too wimpy for me and then acts too childish in the end

    12. Rreally didn't like the characters, disliked the ending to this story. Wasn't really worth a read as pathetically depressing writing

    13. Picked this one up at the library's used book sale because it looked like light summer reading without being too mind-numbingly stupid. And it was exactly that!

    14. This is not my first Fiona Gibson book. I've loved her others more but this also isn't a 3*, it's probably a 7 out of 10 :)The story meandered along a bit although I did enjoy her writing style.

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