INCONCEIVABLE By Ben Elton – Reviewed

Elton is back on form with this tale within a tale, as Sam and Lucy attempt to conceive a baby and the struggles they face and the strains it puts on their communication and their relationship.

The story is told by our couple in their own personal stories as they each communicate with themselves through a diary. These private accounts give us both sides of this sad, poignant and funny story.

Elton drives the story forward with insight, pathos and tragedy. A return to form after the helpless Blast From The Past.

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