Nobody in Particular: A Heartwarming and Hilarious Account of Growing Up in Merseyside in the '50s and '60s

As the youngest child in a large and somewhat eccentric Anglo-Irish family, Cherry Simmonds tells an honest and sometimes tragic story of growing up in Liverpool in the 1950s and '60s. Capturing the despondency and deprivations of post-war England from the back streets of Liverpool, and the subsequent vibrancy and liberation of the swinging sixties—the decade of the Beatles, national strikes, and Liverpool FC winning the FA Cup for the first time—this is an ebullient tale told by a natural storyteller.