Anybody Out There?
Bestselling author Marian Keyes has delighted readers with the lives, loves, and foibles of the irrepressible Walsh sisters and their eccentric mammy. In this Life in the Big Apple is perfect for Anna. She has the best job in the world, a lovely apartment, and great friends. Then one morning, she... show more
Bestselling author Marian Keyes has delighted readers with the lives, loves, and foibles of the irrepressible Walsh sisters and their eccentric mammy. In this Life in the Big Apple is perfect for Anna. She has the best job in the world, a lovely apartment, and great friends. Then one morning, she wakes up in her mammy's house in Dublin with stitches in her face, a dislocated knee, hands smashed up, and no memory at all of what happened. As soon as she's able, Anna's flying back to Manhattan, mystified but determined to find out how her life turned upside down. As her past slowly begins coming back to her, she sets out on an outrageous quest—involving lilies, psychics, mediums, and anyone who can point her in the right direction. Marrying life's darker bits with wild humor and tender wit, Anybody Out There? is a strange and wonderfully charming look at love here and ever after.
Publish date: April 24th 2007
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: Walsh Family (#4)
I picked up this book many years ago, mainly because I liked the cute cover. I read it several years ago (a few years after picking it up originally), and was surprised by the twist in the middle. In all honesty, once I got to the shocker twist, I simply skimmed the last few chapters, and read the...
I still have so much trouble with this book. It might be the most painful thing I've ever read - I could not stop crying once I figured out what was going on. Part of me wants to give it 5 stars because I literally could not put it down. Another part of me wants to give it 1 star because it upset...
Why I will never read this book. The verdict is in.As I wandered down to my local coffee shop the other morning, I couldn’t help noticing a little pile of books somebody had put on the footpath, part of a clearing up. A motley collection, if ever I saw one, was my professional assessment. Over the n...
I don't deal with death well, and Aidan was my favorite character. Obviously I knew SOMETHING was wrong and that he wasn't in the picture in the present part of the story...but I didn't want him to be dead :( So I finished Part 1 and have no desire to keep going.