In this candid account Angela Claysmith Jenkins takes us through another twenty years in the saga of her extended family.
Through births and deaths, another nine house moves and twenty five more jobs The Grass was always Greener describes the challenge of motherhood, Angela’s involvement in the Women’s Movement and dropping out in Cornwall.
Graphic descriptions of houses, towns and locations are blended into this vivid story where something better may be around the corner.
A move to Bristol coincided with the end of her marriage and this gritty book leads the reader through emotions that pile one on top of another as life is lived in the raw.
This is a social history on a personal level.