This book was a great read over the Christmas period, I was ill for most of it and I wanted to read a fun / silly book, nothing serious and this ticked all of those boxes.
Don’t be put off my words as this was an adorable book and one that is a great read when you need a bit of respite between reads. It was funny, entertaining and witty.
We follow a playwright Billy and Bill, together with their sisters Sally and Sal. Yes, I have got those names correct as they are clones. Their parents have a lot to answer for and has left Billy and Bill with a lot of questions when they find out the real truth, which not only confuses them but everyone who knows them. It seems, their parents may have forgotten to tell them one important point about their lives. Others around them, just find them a little crazy. Both Billy and Bill are confused themselves as one ends up with the others wife and a life they can only dream of, whilst the other is plainly just confused about what is going on.
What I loved the most about this book, was that it didn’t leave you hanging, you got to a conclusion, which again just tickled me.
If you need a book that will make you laugh and just simply want a book which will entertain you from start to finish this is the book for you. A must read!
About the Book
To B & B or not to B & B?
That is the question.
Shakespeare clone and would-be playwright Billy has just arrived in an English seaside town with his sister Sally, who was cloned from a hair found on the back of a bus seat. All Billy wants is a cheap B & B, an ice cream and a huge hit in the West End. Little does he know that their fellow clones Bill and Sal are also residents of this town. Things are about to get confusing – cue professional rivalry, marital discord and a family reunion like no other.
“In the moment that he’d left the theatre bar, he’d felt a sense of triumph, of rejecting everything his mother stood for, of buying into her actions, so little that he wasn’t even going to show her that he care enough to want answers, real answers, not just her sarcastic dismissal.”
Oh, I Do Like To Be….. is published by Unbound
This book blog tour was arranged by Anne from Random Things Through My Letterbox