Love and a Dozen Roast Potatoes
Simon's novel is outrageously funny and poignantly honest in its depiction of one man's search for true love. The writing sizzles with restless energy.
(Bryan Oliver, writer and director of The Actors Gateway)
About Love and a Dozen Roast Potatoes
‘He goes way beyond passion.’ –Fearne Cotton, television and radio presenter
You know the hero always gets the girl right? Well, what if the hero gets the girl but she’s not the right girl? Worse, what if the girl doesn’t actually want the hero?
Such is the life of our romantic hero as he negotiates the triple threat of trying to becoming a cheese ball superstar, finding his cartoon princess, and bringing her home for a perfect Christmas roast potato. It’s a life tale of comic disasters, sex (lots of weird sex), relationship nightmares and discovering your nakedness in a world full of people wearing the same old clothes.
Honest, warm, funny and very hip, this is David Nicholls with the tears, the pain and the naughty bits put brazenly on display for the world to see.