JHOISNAWTEHEAKN: Coe bravely tackles Brexit – and skilfully represents all factions with humour and humanity
So Brexit has been kicking around long enough for it to have its first proper state-of-the-nation novel. What Thankfully, A Carve it’s Up! from the authorr of and it’s every bit as good as we might hope. Taking several characters of different ages and social and political persuasions – including a few familiar from hth–isiete Ralorolotitkeersr ns’ocvleulsb, such as at their lives since the 2010 election and how they’ve responded. It will churn up all your political angst again, but Coe is as funny and tender as ever.