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  • The Brightest Star in the Sky

    Excellent read. All about the relationships of the people living in a house in Dublin. Funny, sad and always intriguing. Becomes addictive as you need to know what is happening with everybody. Loved it and will reread it again in the future.

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  • Great read

    Heartbreak suspense sorrow and joy. All things stired whist thoroughly enjoying yet another page turner by Marian.

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  • The britest star in the sky

    Wonderful.Another marvellous Marion Keyes novel. Couldn't put it down. Loved all the characters but one!

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  • Quirky read...

    Thoroughly enjoyed the unexpected twists and turns.

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  • Must read book!!

    This book you must read! It's funny, but serius. It's very touching! From the first page you start to wunder. It's written from a third persons prospective and that makes it even more interesting. The writer doesn't shy away from hard and sad subjects. But she writes it in a way that the story doesn't get to heavy. She makes her characters reall by not making them perfect. They have faults like a reall person. But they also have good qualities. This aplies for al her books by the way! There is one thing that happens very late in the book, wich is a very small minus. So SPOILER ALERT! At the end Jeminina tells Meave that what she needs is a baby with Math to move forward. I get why the writer wrote this. She needed a reason. But I thing the advise sends a wrong message. If your having relationship problems then work together on that. Don't think a baby is going to solve it. And Meave and Math were having relationship troubles. Besides. The fact still remains that Math has been promoted and that he needs to be on a plaine the next monday and Meave's trouble doesn't go away like that. The author doesn't explain what has happend afterwards. Just that four months later they are happy again. Moving out, which is a big step for Meave.

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