Book Review: All that Happened at Number 26 by Denise Scott


A great light hearted read by Denise Scott that really could have been about what is happening in my house (except without Denise's great humour).   A really well written and very funny book.  The book is basically a memoir of her and her family's life whilst they lived at Number 26 and all of the goings on there.  The ups and the downs, and the ins and the outs of life whilst they grew up.  The crazy times of being with incredibly creative parents, but incredibly poor.    Parents putting up with each other and kids having to put up with parents.  

Denise is incredible to be able to look at her own life and poke a stick at it and a have a good laugh, even at the crap.  It is endearing to to see the depth of the relationships that they have in their family, even through the humour. 

Well put together.  I wish that I was as funny as Denise and was able to poke a stick at myself as well as she does.  Well done Denise.  8/10

2 comments:

  1. I really like Denise Scott and I tried her book but was thwarted by my slackness...must get back to it!
    Have you read 'Farewell My Ovaries' by Wendy Harmer? Chele x

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  2. no - is it good? worth a read?
    slackness often gets the better of me too, or shut-eye as I usually read last thing at night ... Meg

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