I know the family he describes in this book. I refuse to give him my money, but friends who have read it have told me about the content. The mother was one of the nicest ladies you could meet and she suffered terribly with osteoporosis that eventually took her life prematurely. His mocking of her in the book is really quite upsetting. McConnahey was not liked at the Australian school because he was an arrogant ****hole who thought he was better than everyone else, and it seems not much has changed.
Genuine question, why does the author say that the mothers of boys have it harder than the mothers of girls?
so... Karlana chatted with, got along with and liked someone and that's "hooking up" and "cheating". But Harry is actively dating 4 women in front of the other ones and that's NOT? cheating and she's the one made to feel like the bad person? ummm ok, right.