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The Day Jack Sacked his Therapist by Marie Gameson

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The Day Jack Sacked his Therapist - ebook
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In 1981, an eleven year old Jill drags her young brother Jack through a London cemetery until they reach their mother’s gravestone, where she tells Jack that nobody blames him.
But clearly, they do.
Whatever childhood crime Jack was guilty of, it seems to have left him with
a strange curse: people around him only feel good about themselves when his
life is out of control. Although Marion - his stunning girlfriend - is immune to this hex, even she can’t halt Jack’s decline into fluffy-bearded, drink-sodden dumpiness.
When Marion finally leaves him, Jack resolves to change to win her back, but every attempt he makes to improve himself is met with strong resistance by those around him, especially by his therapist.
Jack’s quest to regain Marion intensifies from the simple target of reducing his beer-gut to remembering what happened on a dark, stormy afternoon in 1978.

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Coming soon ... Marie Gameson’s compelling novel, The Day Jack Sacked His Therapist, is a funny but also dark contemporary tale that will keep you at the edge of your seat. In 1981, 11-year-old Jill drags her young brother Jack through a London cemetery to their mother’s gravestone. There she tells him, ‘Nobody blames you, Jack.’ Decades later, she is still telling him that nobody blames him, but now Jack is a grown man who needs to live his own life. Is the infuriating Jill just a meddlesome older sister who can’t give up control, or does she really hold the key to their childhood secret. And is it this secret that holds the key to why no one likes Jack? When new girlfriend Marion comes into his life, Jack knows he has to change, but his quest grows from a simple target of reducing his beer-gut to remembering what happened on a dark, stormy afternoon in 1978.

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Author Marie Gameson

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