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A deeply moving debut novel about a couple’s struggle to love and accept their disabled child and keep their family togetherAnna is a planner So when she discovers she’s pregnant she prepares for a perfect new life in Provençe France with her perfect new baby to be Anna’s partner the easy g. I usually have a lot to say or at least general points I like to mention in reviews but this time I feel so all over the place with this novel I really don t know what to say or how to begin The novel begins with Anna and Tobias welcoming their daughter Freya into the world Right from the beginning it s obvious that there s something wrong with her While in the ICU of a an English hospital they are given a vague diagnosis that their child is severely disabled They at once begin to loathe this child and how she will ruin their perfectly made plans One of these plans includes moving to France where Anna can open a restaurant and Tobias to practice his music thingEventually they buy possibly the most dilapidated house in all of France A house full of mice bugs dirt structural issues and a plethora of other things that a good home inspection would have reuested this house to be condemned For some obscene reason these parents think that a disabled child can be raised in such a mess since there s always the option of you know whatI ve felt every sort of emotion imaginable towards Anna and her invisible husband Tobias through much of the novel The most vivid emotion I remember feeling is anger But then again I have no children I have no idea what I d do or how I d react if the child I birthed were severely disabled Their bitching and moaning didn t help with my feelings towards themSaira Shah writes an emotion packed debut novel that at times I felt I shouldn t be reading because of it s honesty I really felt that I was let in on a secret that I shouldn t know and now I can t unknow it This novel is well written and will cause readers to laugh cry boil over in anger and also count the blessings that they do have Of course there s no way to truly mouse proof a kitchen but that s no reason not to see the beauty in the moments filled with rodents Sottomissione vague diagnosis that their child is severely disabled They at once begin to loathe this child and how she will ruin their perfectly made plans One of these plans includes moving to France where Anna can open a restaurant and Tobias to practice his music thingEventually they buy possibly the most dilapidated house in all of France A house full of mice bugs dirt structural issues and a plethora of other things that a good home inspection would have reuested this house to be condemned For some obscene reason these parents think that a disabled child can be raised in such a mess since there s always the option of you know whatI Dragon Age: Hard in Hightown ve felt every sort of emotion imaginable towards Anna and her invisible husband Tobias through much of the novel The most The Isles vivid emotion I remember feeling is anger But then again I have no children I have no idea what I d do or how I d react if the child I birthed were severely disabled Their bitching and moaning didn t help with my feelings towards themSaira Shah writes an emotion packed debut novel that at times I felt I shouldn t be reading because of it s honesty I really felt that I was let in on a secret that I shouldn t know and now I can t unknow it This novel is well written and will cause readers to laugh cry boil over in anger and also count the blessings that they do have Of course there s no way to truly mouse proof a kitchen but that s no reason not to see the beauty in the moments filled with rodents

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The Mouseproof Kitchen

Oing Tobias shouldn’t have too much difficulty tagging along after all he’s a musician who rarely starts his day before noon But all that changes when their baby is born severely disabledAnna Tobias and their daughter Freya end up in a rickety rodent infested farmhouse in a remote town in Fran. This heart tugging emotional story told in a memoir like format is intimately introspective brutally honest yet deliciously warm with dollops of life affirming humor The narrator is Anna a chef who loves order and this is accomplished by planning out her life dreams Her partner is Tobias a charming musician who is carefree in his approach to life But they are soon in a spot that stops them in their tracks daughter Freya is born with profound disabilities Anna worries what if she does not love Freya enough Tobias worries what if we do while an impulse buy of run down animal infested farmhouse further challenges the couple s past and future commitments A glimpse into the healthcare systems of Britain and France and alternatives for disabled children was enlightening This touching story of love family and loyalty is enhanced by a cast of eccentric secondary characters

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Ce far from the mansion in Provençe they had imagined Little do they know that this is the beginning of what will become an incredible journey of the heart one during which they learn there really is no such thing as a mouse proof kitchen Life is messy and it’s the messy bits that make it count. dark humour but delightful novel about a couple who have a disabled child and move to south of france and to a ruin of a farmhouse and the trials of rebuilding a life and pressures of a relationship and a disabled child which the author portrays every well


10 thoughts on “The Mouseproof Kitchen

  1. says:

    Such a believable heartbreaking read Who knows what life's gonna throw at us and how we'll cope Would we do any better than Anna and Tobias? I doubt it A really interesting read

  2. says:

    I usually have a lot to say or at least general points I like to mention in reviews but this time I feel so all over the place with this novel I really don't know what to say or how to begin The novel begins with Anna and Tobias welcoming their daughter Freya into the world Right from the beginning it's obvious t

  3. says:

    I truly love this book It made me feel It made me think It had me all over the emotional board I could not stop reading falling asleep with the Kindle open to the page I was readingAnna and Tobias go through a lot of swinging thoughts and emoti

  4. says:

    The Mouse Proof KitchenBy Saira ShahThis novel examines every parent’s nightmare well one of them we parents have a lot to worry about Anna and Tobias’s baby daughter is born with severe disabilities Anna a chef and Tobias a composer are ill prepared perhaps no one is ever prepared and conflicted Although Anna bonds at once with baby Freya Tobias holds back afraid to love a child who will only bring them heartbreakThe couple

  5. says:

    Did I enjoy it? No in a lot of ways because I found myself getting angry and outraged at the characters their words and their actions Was I involved? Absolutely from start to finish It was an emotional roller coaster Would I have considered stopping reading? Not in this lifetimeTobias and Anna are looking forward to the birth of the first child Anna is a person who liked to have a plan and everything in place But when she finds out their ch

  6. says:

    This heart tugging emotional story told in a memoir like format is intimately introspective brutally honest yet deliciously warm with dollops of life affirming humor The narrator is Anna a chef who loves order and this is accomplished by planning out her life dreams Her partner is Tobias a charming musician who is carefree in his

  7. says:

    I found this very bizarrewhat was it trying to be? Not anywhere near frothy enough for chick lit not serious enough to be proper novelAnna and Tobias are dealt a devastating blow when they find out their child is disabled yeahI get thatI get how overwhelming and emotional and harrowing that isnot sure the book does there

  8. says:

    dark humour but delightful novel about a couple who have a disabled child and move to south of france and to a ruin of a farmhouse and the trials of rebuilding a life and pressures of a relationship and a disabled child which the author portrays every well

  9. says:

    This was an unknown author and a somewhat different sort of book for me I thought it may be a little Joanne Harris which was the appeal as was the promise of France The characters were a little flat and relied on stereotypes Kerim fleeing fro

  10. says:

    I won this book from the First Reads program The book begins when a British couple Anna and Tobias are having their first baby The

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