Pineapple Street

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by Jackson, Jenny

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Published 15/02/2024 by Cornerstone (Penguin (Cornerstone)) in the United Kingdom.

Paperback | 320 pages

191 x 127 x 18mm | 222g

THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER'Searing, hilarious and poignant' MIRANDA COWLEY HELLER'Smart and clever' GUARDIAN 'A killer debut about class, love and money' GRAZIA 'Marvellous - clever, funny and brilliantly well observed' INDIA KNIGHTMeet the Stockton women of Brooklyn Heights: Darley, who was born with money; Sasha, who married into it; and Georgiana, who wants to give it all away.

Among glittering parties, weekend homes and hungover brunches, the three will have to grapple with the burden of parental expectations, the hardships and bewilderment of growing up, and the miles between the haves and have-nots.

Pineapple Street is a witty and wicked novel about New York’s one percenters: their first loves, family feuds and the complexities of being human – even when you have everything.

'Wise, emotionally honest fun' HELEN FIELDING'Deliciously fun' KEVIN KWAN'Lovely, absorbing, acutely observed' NICK HORNBYInstant New York Times bestseller, March 2023