What are the chances that you’ll win the lottery? Or that the guy you’re about to marry will hook up with the prettiest girl on TV the same week that you lose your job?
That’s what just happened to Bea (except for the lottery part); so she decides to run off and take refuge in the home of her eccentric family in search of a little peace and quiet.
Instead, she’ll turn everyone’s lives upside down. That’s just how Bea is.
A story that shows that there’s always something good waiting around the next corner if you know how to look for it. And don’t screw it up.
If you enjoyed Don't Blame the Karma for Being an Idiot, then fasten your seatbelt because the best is yet to come.
Don't Blame the Karma for Being an Idiot Laura Norton’s first novel was one of the most surprising and striking successes of 2014 with eight editions in three months.
Czarna Owca (Poland), Garzanti (Italy).