Review: William’s Progress

William's Progress
William’s Progress by Matt Rudd
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Follow up to William Walker’s First Year of Marriage and a very enjoyable tale. At the end of the first book William’s marriage is saved after the devious Alex and Saskia the Destroyer of Relationships did their best to wreck it, and William has discovered he is about to become a father. This book begins 9 months on, on New Year’s Day, when William jnr is born, and follows William through the next twelve months as he learns about fatherhood, village life, work and happiness. Though some of the situations are not exactly realistic, this is a really funny book that will keep you hooked. I only hope that this isn’t the last we see of William!

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