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    Life or something like it

    I enjoyed it.. very true to life how having kids around changes you. I could have gone either way in life. Glad I had them. So felt what she felt. Life changes. Good story.
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    Life or something like it

    I thought the author did a very fine job of showing how a person's life can unexpectedly change direction. The thing you want the least could be what you need the most.
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    Lovely summer read

    To say that I DESPERATELY want to spend the summer in a beach hut in Suffolk after reading this book would be an understatement! This is a lovely summer read and a book that addresses the taboo that surrounds a woman's choice not to have children. Cat Nightingale, who enjoys her professional life working for a PR company in London, suddenly finds herself in charge of two small children, a position that is way outside of her comfort zone. I particularly enjoyed Cat’s misguided efforts to entertain the children with trips to the museum and a Michelin star restaurant! I found Finn a little hard to warm to, but that’s probably because I had already warmed to Cat and shared her view that he was a bit smug and patronizing. For me, this is a story about finding your tribe and following your own path, rather than conforming to society's expectations. Annie Lyons’ writing style is full of warmth and humour, and if you enjoy writers like Marian Keyes or Jojo Moyes, Life Or Something Like It will be right up your street.
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    Good chic lit, easy read. Nice characters, plenty feel good factor without lots of sloppiness. Would be great holiday book, will look out for other books by this author.
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