Me and My Sisters: The Devlin sisters, novel 1

· The Devlin Sisters Book 1 · Penguin UK
4.4
17 reviews
Ebook
464
Pages

About this ebook

THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER

'Give yourself a break from the doom and gloom and get stuck into this cracker of a novel' Image

It's been years since Julie had a full night's sleep. She's devoted to her family, but with four boys under five, it can be easier to relate to strangers in an online mums' forum than her glamorous sisters.

High-flying lawyer Louise has been independent since turning eighteen. After one drunken mistake leads to consequences way outside of her comfort zone, can she finally ask her sisters for help?

And gorgeous Sophie's diamonds-and-champagne lifestyle is falling apart at the seams. She can hardly bring herself to tell the other two how bad things are.

The Devlins might not always see eye to eye, but they might have more in common than they think . . .

'Moving, disarmingly honest and at times laugh-out-loud funny' Sunday Times

'Witty, touching, easy to read . . . I thought I might like this one, but I really and truly loved it' thebookbag.co.uk

'The inevitable comparisons with Marian Keyes are justified and well deserved ... a brilliant book . . . You'll identify with elements of all the characters, guffaw in parts and scowl in others' Heat

'Anyone with a sister will identify with this . . . funny and touching story' Closer
4.4
17 reviews
sarah walker
February 25, 2013
Moriarty hits the nail on the head with every maternal anecdote. From post-natal depression to booking a one way ticket, drinking too much and eating too little, she truly captures the essence of what it feels like to be a Mum. I laughed so many times reading this, a fab storyline executed brilliantly!
1 person found this review helpful
Yve Wilkinson
July 18, 2015
Not my normal type of book but my mum recommended it to me and I LOVED it! Couldn't put it down!
Kathie Alonso
April 16, 2016
A great book to read on those lazy Sunday mornings.

About the author

Sinéad Moriarty's novels have sold over 900,000 copies in Ireland and the UK. She has won over readers and critics by telling stories that are humane, moving and relevant to modern women. She lives in her native Dublin with her husband and their three children.

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