Stand-up! (A nearly normal family 1.)
If someone’s father is a sad comedian, sister mixes with bad guys, brother is antisocial, and aunt is a know-it-all, than it’s no wonder she prefers to spend Sundays volunteering at a dog shelter. Virág Bakos has enough problems to pull her down, but fortunately she has a lively sense of humour, a faithful hamster, a few cool classmates, and even a true friend.
Than two guys, who really shouldn’t do so, start hitting on her, and soon enough, Virág finds herself outcaste. She experiences jealousy, exclusion, but as the only sane member of a family that is falling to pieces, she doesn’t have time to feel sorry for herself.
After lessons, she cooks dinner, unveils a robbery gang, or she fixes her father up with a nice stepmother-to-be, and only after all these can she afford to think about the worth of a friendship, and whether she should take the vulnerability that comes with love.
(Tilos az Á Könyvek, 2016)