Ghosts by Dolly Alderton


Ghosts by Dolly Alderton

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

‘Ghosting: ‘The practice of ending all communication and contact with another person without any apparent warning or justification and subsequently ignoring any attempts to reach out or communication by said person.’- A theme, but this novel is so much more. I enjoyed spending time with Nina and Lola and their relationships, both with each other and various members of the opposite sex. A funny and sensitive look on how we live our lives.

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Ghosts. BBC1 and BBC I-Player.

Just finished watching the first two series of this and looking forward to the third series starting this Monday 10th August.

Button House is a crumbling English country mansion home to a gang of restless ghosts. Each ghost is from a different century and a product of their time, all squabbling with other for eternity over everyday trivial matters. In the meantime the young couple who have inherited this crumbling pile, struggle to turn the house into a moneymaking venture as well as a home.

Very modern English. Endearing, funny and well worth a watch.