Thorndike, Maine :, Center Point Large Print,, .
Center Point large print edition.
large print (16 point)
391 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
Bertie's mother, Irene, returns from the Middle East to discover that, in her absence, her son has been exposed to television shows, ice-cream parlors, and even unsanctioned art at the National Portrait Gallery. Her wrath descends on Bertie's long-suffering father, Stuart. But Stuart has found a reason to spend more time outside of the house and seems to have a new spring in his step. The winds of change have come to the others as well. Angus undergoes a spiritual transformation after falling victim to an unexpected defenestration. Bruce has fallen in a rather different sense for a young woman who is determined to share with him her enthusiasm for extreme sports, while Matthew and Elspeth have a falling out with their triplets' au pair. And as Irene resumes work on what she calls her Bertie Project, reinstating Bertie's Italian lessons, yoga classes, and psychotherapy, he begins to hatch a project of his own -- one that promises freedom.