Revue de presse
The jokes are as good as ever, Keyes' large cast of Irish and American characters fizz and crackle off the page. High quality entertainment (Marie Claire
It takes real talent to make a reader laugh and cry . the story will stay with you long after you've read the last page (Heat
The novel is a rare blend of genres, a richly enjoyable satire and an inspirational tale of one woman's triumph over despair (Telegraph Daily
Keyes writes brilliantly, as always, about love, grief, jealousy and friendship (Daily Mail
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'I had to go back to New York and try to find him. There was a chance he mightn't be there but I had to give it a go because there was one thing I was certain of: he wasn't here.' Anna Walsh is officially a wreck. She's covered in bandages and she's lying in her parents' Good Front Room dreaming of leaving Dublin and getting back to New York. To her friends. To The Most Fabulous Job in the World. And most of all, back to her husband, Aiden. But her family have other ideas (not to mention the usual problems that beset the Walsh sisters). And Aiden, for some reason, seems unwilling to get in touch. What happened to Anna to send her so far from all that she loves? And what happened to her marriage that her husband won't talk to her?