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Copy Details. Staff View. Grouped Work ID:. OverDrive Product Record id bfcfaaf0ac97b0e primaryCreator name: Sophie Kinsella role: Author starRating 4. ISBN value: PublisherCatalogNumber name: FindingAudrey partCount: PublisherCatalogNumber value: Copying value: Printing value: Lending value: ReadAloud value: Below us, on the front lawn, Frank is scampering about in his Big Bang Theory T-shirt, clutching his head and gibbering with panic.
Felix is our little brother. He's four. He greets most life events with disbelieving joy. A lorry in the street!
An extra-long chip! Mum throwing a computer out of the window is just another one on the list of daily miracles. Their twelve-year-old son, Ollie, actually yells, "Noooo! Ollie sometimes plays Land of Conquerors online with Frank if Frank's in a kind mood and doesn't have anyone else to play with.
Now Ollie looks even more freaked out than Frank. Turner," he says, trembling. They're so funny. Level Eight," he corrects Ollie. I'll stack the dishwasher. I'll phone Grandma every night. I'll,,," He casts wildly about.
Can he actually hear what he's saying? I don't need you to read to deaf people! You're the bloody deaf one around here! You never hear anything I say! You always have those wretched earphones in-" "Anne! This is officially a Neighbourhood Incident. My dad is tall and handsome in a car advert way, and he looks like the boss, but inside, he isn't really an alpha male. No, that sounds bad. He's alpha in a lot of ways, I suppose.
Only Mum is even more alpha.
She's strong and bossy and pretty and bossy. I said bossy twice, didn't I? Draw your own conclusions from that. He's extreme! He's addicted, Chris! This is tough love!
You've always said I should have a goal in life! Well, I have!
Oh God, oh God,,," She bangs her head on the computer. My window is tucked away on a corner, and no-one was meant to notice me. Least of all Ollie, who I'm pretty sure has a tiny crush on me, even though he's two years younger than me and barely reaches up to my chest. He's been calling me "the celebrity" for the last four weeks, even though Mum and Dad have separately been over to ask him to stop. He thinks it's funny and that my parents have no sense of humour.
I've often noticed that people equate "having a sense of humour" with "being an insensitive moron. Mum is still moaning "Where did I go wroooong? Darling, come down and have a drink. Put the computer down,,,for now," he adds hastily at her expression. The computer is rocking still more precariously on the windowsill, and Dad flinches.
We need a blanket. We'll form a circle,,," Mum doesn't even seem to hear him. All I wanted was a well-rounded son who would be interested in books and art and the outdoors and museums and maybe a competitive sport,,," "LOC is a competitive sport! It's a serious thing! You know, the prize pot in the international LOC competition in Toronto this year is six million dollars! Make your fortune? Quite a lot of things in our house begin with the Daily Mail.
Mum starts twitching in that way she does. We've had supper and cleared away and she's been reading the paper with a glass of wine-"Me time," she calls it-and she's paused at an article. I can see the headline over her shoulder: As I squint over, I catch a subheading: Ha ha.
That's my hollow laugh, in case you didn't get that. I mean, seriously, moodiness? Like, James Dean was a moody teenager in Rebel Without a Cause I have the poster, best film poster ever, best movie ever, sexiest movie star ever, why, why, why did he have to die?
So James Dean must therefore have been addicted to video games? Oh, wait. But there's no point saying any of this to my mum, because it's logical and my mum doesn't believe in logic, she believes in horoscopes and green tea. Oh, and of course the Daily Mail. She reads it every day. She believes everything it says. If you try to take it out of her grasp, she pulls it back sharply and says "Leave it! When it runs a scare story about Vitamin D, she makes us all take our shirts off and "sunbathe.
When it runs a scare story about melanoma, she makes us all put on sunscreen. When it runs a story about "the face cream that really DOES work," she orders it that moment. Like, she gets out her iPad then and there. If she can't get it on holiday, she gets major withdrawal symptoms. I mean, talk about irritability and moodiness. She once tried to give it up for Lent. She lasted half a morning. There's nothing I can do about my mum's tragic dependency except hope that she doesn't do too much damage to her life.
She's already done major damage to our living room, after reading an "Interiors" piece about "Why not hand paint all your furniture? Mum lowers the Daily Mail and stares at him as though the scales have fallen from her eyes.
I've never understood that. Computer games. How many hours? Take those things out of your ears! He blinks at her as though he didn't hear the question. Right now. Add it up. What do you mean, you can't? Or do you mean all screen games, including Xbox and PlayStation?
Do you include games on my phone? Define your terms. Couldn't he see Mum was in one of her pre-rant build-ups? Do you realize your brain isn't developing properly? Your most precious organ. Frank is actually pretty funny. He takes out a carton of chocolate milk and drains it, straight from the carton, which is gross. That means she's going to drag Dad into it.
Any time she starts using young man or young woman, sure enough the next day there's some ghastly family meeting, where Dad tries to back up everything Mum says, even though he can't follow half of it.
Anyway, not my problem.