"A truly inventive mother-daughter story full of offbeat characters, clever humor and drama both intrapersonal and interpersonal."―Laura Pearson, Time Out Chicago "Smart [and] entertaining."―Ihsan Taylor, New York Times Book Review "To say this book is quirky would be something of an understatement. It is also very funny, snarky, smart, occasionally confusing, and cleverly constructed."―Aspen Daily News "Funniest book since the invention of the printing press."―Gary Shteyngart for Entertainment Weekly About the Author Maria Semple is the author of This One Is Mine and Today Will Be Different. Before turning to fiction, she wrote for Mad About You, Ellen, and Arrested Development. Her writing has appeared in The New Yorker. She lives in Seattle.
Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple