Exceptionally moving' - Daily Telegraph
'Enthralling' - Joanna Lumley
'Beautifully written... A powerful and moving family portrait' - Literary Review
All families have their myths and Juliet Nicolson's was no different: her flamenco dancing great-great-grandmother Pepita, the flirty manipulation of her great-grandmother Victoria, the infamous eccentricity of her grandmother Vita, her mother's Tory-conventional background.
A House Full of Daughters takes us through seven generations of women. In the nineteenth-century slums of Malaga, the salons of fin-de-siecle Washington DC, an English boarding school during the Second World War, Chelsea in the 1960s, these women emerge for Juliet as people in their own right, but also as part of who she is and where she has come from.
'Shocking and brave... Nicolson's anger, tenderness and insight have resulted in an exceptionally moving book' - Daily Telegraph
'Original and illuminating... it is funny in parts, painful in others but always honest' - Guardian
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