Author(s): Danuta De Rhodes
When a concept album by The Sofia Experimental Breadboard Octet sparks a relationship-breaking argument, Veronique jumps into her little white Fiat and drives off into the night, straight into an incident with global ramifications. Featuring a pair of heroines as ripe and tender as newly picked peaches, The Little White Car is a feel-good buddy novel about two gorgeous French girls dismantling a car...while an enormous dog sniffs around in the garden.
"Fabulous... This is a very funny, very charming novel that we quite simply insist you read. Danuta is a very talented storyteller indeed.*****" Heat; "A cracking good read." Daily Express; "This is why French women dress better than we do: this book follows all the rules of finding the perfect pair of shoes. It's beautifully crafted, chic, witty, simultaneously classic and contemporary, and will stay with you forever." Jenny Colgan, author of Amanda's Wedding; "Populated by vibrantly drawn characters with fine turns of phrase, this first novel from the appallingly young Danuta de Rhodes is wonderfully fresh and witty." Helen Zaltzman, Observer; "Danuta de Rhodes' debut is breezy, funny and charming." Chris Power, The Times; "Observant, absurd, sentimental and often very, very funny." Patrick Ness, Telegraph; "Beautifully written, and very funny." Matt Thorne, Independent on Sunday; "Chic lit." Elle Magazine"