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"Hilarious, suspenseful, and whip smart." (Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney)

From Grant Ginder, the author of The People We Hate at the Wedding, comes Let's Not Do That Again a poignant, funny, and slyly beguiling novel which proves that, like democracy, family is a messy and fragile thing—perfect for fans of Veep’s biting humor, the family drama of Succession, and the joys of Kevin Wilson’s Nothing to See Here.

Nancy Harrison is running for Senate, and she’s going to win, goddamnit. Not that that’s her slogan, although it could be. She’s said all the right things. Passed all the right legislation. Chapped her lips kissing babies. There’s just one problem: her grown children.

Greta and Nick Harrison are adrift. Nick is floundering in his attempts to write a musical about the life of Joan Didion (called Hello to All That!). And then there’s his little sister Greta. Smart, pretty, and completely unmotivated, allowing her life to pass her by like the shoppers at the Apple store where she works.

One morning the world wakes up not to Nancy making headlines, but her daughter, Greta. She’s in Paris. With extremist protestors. Throwing a bottle of champagne through a beloved bistro’s front window. In order to save her campaign, not to mention her daughter, Nancy and Nick must find Greta before it’s too late.

©2022 Grant Ginder (P)2022 Macmillan Audio

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Slow to start - stay with it!

I almost put this one down - the characters seemed stereotypical and the plot seemed thin - then… Great reader, so I stayed with it. A few major plot twists later, I could not put this down. A very enjoyable read.

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Not great but could have been

Started out intriguing but ended flat. Also I didn't even bc me close to laughing despite the reviews that it's "hilarious"

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I made myself listen to the whole thing. It got interesting in the middle but I wasn’t crazy about it

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Why did I not pass on this book will haunt me for a while. I stuck with it but I stopped caring.