How far would a grandmother go to stay close to her grandson?
When Sylvia Garland returns to England, after the death of her husband and half a lifetime lived abroad, the last thing she expects is to find love again. But when her daughter-in-law Smita announces she is pregnant, despite her own poor track record as a mother, she finds herself caught up in the excitement.
Before Sylvia knows it, she is 65 years old and head over heels in love - with her grandson.
Sylvia Garland's Broken Heart is a touching, witty look at family ties across the generations and the plight of grandparents when their children's relationships break down.
'This passionate, yet perfectly-controlled novel...is beneath the surface a smouldering furnace...
It is a book with depth and resonance and pace.' Jane Gardam
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|Size: ||309 KB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781905559718 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|