The Forgotten Guide to Happiness
Lana Green has always been an introvert. As a writer, she prefers being alone with her books - that is, until she meets Jack Buchanan and his stepmother, the celebrated novelist Nancy Ellis Hall. Nancy lives alone in her North London house, but dementia is turning her eccentricities into a cause for concern. When Lana moves in and they become unconventional housemates, she believes she is helping Jack and Nancy out. But as she begins to see the world through the prism of Nancy's unique views on love and happiness, Lana's well-planned future veers wildly off-course, taking her in a direction she never anticipated.