Synopsis: The struggle is real but at least they’re all in it together.
Ever managed to kill a succulent after just a few days?
Got seven reminder letters on the kitchen table because you forgot to pay your council tax?
Become a hot mess who’s falling apart because they’ve been broken up with?
Mackie, Edele, Alex and Nat are navigating their chaotic and confusing twenties together. They have jobs and pay their own rent (well, most of them) but don’t know how to bleed radiators, defrost a freezer or test the smoke alarms.
With break-ups to deal with and major decisions to make, life can get messy especially when they’re still trying to get the hang of this ‘being a grown-up’ thing.
Welcome to the joys of being almost adults.
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Almost Adults is full of realism, humour and real warmth as we follow the lives of four women as they navigate their way through their twenties. With clever observation Ali Pantony has created a story full of relatable situations, charting the highs and lows of relationships, the realities of adult responsibilities and the importance of friendship. A brilliant debut novel!