There Should Be More Dancing
From the international best-selling author of The Dressmaker.
High on the 43rd floor on what she has resolved will be her last day, Margery Blandon takes a panoramic view of her long life and the tragedies, conspiracies and betrayals that have led her to this desperate point.
This is a deliciously dark comedy of families and neighbourhoods, secrets and revelations, generational conflicts and property values, told with humour and feeling—a treat for young and old alike.
‘A hilarious cautionary old-age tale’
‘Deftly balances grief and trauma with a gentle humour, and her characters spring off the page’