... Anna is surprised to find herself feeling relieved just to have someone, but is it really enough just to take the first person that comes along, even if there's no spark?
Monday's Child is not going to win any big literary prizes, put it that way, but if you take it for what it is, a piece ... Read review
"Anna Brown is very tall, slightly overweight and has what you might call an unfortunate nose. She works for a production company and is walked all over by her bitchy prima donna of a boss, Kitty and a group of glamorous colleagues who let her do all the work whilst putting her down at every opportunity.
Despite being 32, she lives in a tiny flat share, where she is crammed into a tiny bedroom and her already low self-esteem is not helped by the fact ..."
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Gorgeous goddesses seem to surround script-reader and wannabe movie-maker Anna Brown - from her deranged glamour-queen boss to her perfect, pouting flat-mates - for Anna, being less-than-beautiful is very hard to bear.