Out 12th November 2020
The hilarious stand-alone sequel to The Rebuilding of Tom Cooper
‘So very funny’ Jenny Colgan, The Bookshop on the Corner
‘Endlessly inventive’ Richard Ayoade
2020 was supposed to be a great year. Unfortunately, Tom Cooper, like the rest of the world, has found himself stuck in the middle of a pandemic. He’s going to be spending the next few months trapped inside asmall flat with sole responsibility for his two single-
digit children. Separated from his girlfriend (and any possibility of help with childcare), Tom is plunged into a world of home schooling, awkward Zoom calls, supermarket feuds, al fresco workout sessions, cash-strapped tooth fairies, aging parents who won’t stay home and competitive clapping for the NHS. Not to mention the problem of trying to fulfill his girlfriend’s request for an erotic selfie of his rapidly deteriorating body…
Join Tom as he navigates the lockdown in the stand-alone sequel to last year’s hilarious The Rebuilding of Tom Cooper. Laugh-out-loud with real heart.
Lockdown has never been so entertaining.
PRAISE FOR THE REBUILDING OF TOM COOPER
‘A gloriously self-aware, satirical romp through the terrors of relationships, family life and survival. Philip Roth meets Cold Feet!’ Helen Lederer (Absolutely Fabulous, Losing It (P.G.Wodehouse Award nominee))
‘An aspirational figure for the men of today’ Omid Djalili (Live at the Apollo, The Infidel)
‘Hilarious and heart-warming’ Andi Osho (Live at the Apollo, Curfew)
‘Peep Show meets Outnumbered. But, you know, in a book’ Josh Howie (Josh Howie’s Losing It, BBC Radio 4)
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