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All Marian Keyes books have a deeper side, mixed in with humor and heart warming stories.
Was very disappointed with this book, and found it completely boring, so much so that I ended up going to the last couple of chapters to see the ending.
I felt she went a bit too much into the depression and I found it didn't really add to the story.
Not my favorite Marian Keyes but a good read. She's always reliably funny and even when dealing with difficult subject matter she finds humor.Published 26 days ago by Nancy Garo
I fell in love with the Walsh family when I first read Rachel's Holiday. Marian Keyes' characters are charming and witty. They are people you know, real and perfectly imperfect. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Mykki Daniel
Though the subject matter was not what I was expecting I was not disappointed. Another great read from Marianne Keyes.Published 1 month ago by BAH Walker
like all her books, this one talks about being depressed while other plots happen. I was missing her books, it's good fun for vacation time.Published 1 month ago by PATTY
Boring , it is what I found mostly about this book. I've read other books of Marian Keys and must say this one was by far the worst, I didn't like the story, full stop. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katia R. Tyler
I'm a huge fan of Marian Keyes. She has a great talent in writing heavy, real life struggles with wit & easy to follow plots. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lissac
One of Marions best. I couldn't put my kindle down .Great holiday reading. 5 starPublished 1 month ago by margaret