Wickedly smart and shamelessly funny. Grant Ginder brilliantly captures privileged Brits clashing against semi-privileged Americans in the most hilariously cringeworthy ways. Cluelessly self-absorbed, appallingly outrageous, and so very endearing, these are characters I hope to be seated with at the next wedding I attend
Don't be fooled by the superbly sardonic title - Grant Ginder's subject is not hate at all: it's love. Ginder expertly and hilariously shows us that real love (whether romantic or fraternal, parental or filial) is always a most complicated matter
Witty and completely absorbing, The People We Hate at the Wedding is family dysfunction at its best - full of heart, humor, and jealous siblings. This novel is addicting and entertaining and I couldn't put it down!
Grant Ginder's smart, funny novel is madly insightful and contains some of the most delightfully difficult and fabulously flawed characters I've encountered in a long time
Fact: best title of any novel ever. This story about a dysfunctional blended family and a wedding in England is sinfully good
Ginder takes family dysfunction to its hysterical limit in this joyously ribald, sharply cynical, and impossible-to-put-down examination of love and loyalty
Ginder's latest is a fascinating exploration of family dynamics and the complex way we interact with those who know us best