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Jack Bambury

Fiction, Literary Fiction, Comedy

A hilarious fantasy about a girl abandoned at the home of a misanthropic English aristocrat and her eighteen-year journey to discover a fabulous identity.

Life was never going to be ordinary for Candice. Abandoned as a baby on the doorstep of the misanthropic Dowager Domo, Candice is educated to the old aristocrat's pessimistic view that the world is an ass and spends her childhood emersed in fiction. Candice's existence is hermetic and friendless, he...