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    Good book for coffee breaks

    A very enjoyable read, the character ad her situation are relatable and believable. The plot progresses well and doesnt take you down quite the rpute implied by the title! My favourite element about this book is that the 'life changing experience' isn't what inspires the conclusions. I'd recommend.
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    Heartwarming and funny

    Enjohable book to read. I related to Audrey's life situation - divorced with a teenager and looking for a mate. She inspired me to take chances! Enjoy life.
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    The Woman who upped and Left

    As always a fabulous read from Fiona, you can relate to what she is writing. You feel as if your are Audrey on her journey and as the same age it makes you stop and take a look at your own life. I loved it !!!!
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    The woman who upped & left

    a must read for every mother of teenage children cutting the apron strings was penned by someone who did not have children! a mothers quilt is expressed so well.
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    Utter drivel

    I have never written a review before but this book is so dire, I cannot let it pass. It had 5 stars when I bought it. There is no "feel-good factor". I have not laughed a single time. The attempts at humor have left me squirming, they are so awful. The author has no style , the writing in flat The main character is a total wet blanket who has bought up a slob of son. Do not buy this book. I feel gutted that I wasted good money on something so awful. I will never trust a Kobo review again. It promised to put a spring in my step , all it did was inspire a tirade of negativity.
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