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Marian Keyes
Marian Keyes lived in London for ten years before returning to her native Dublin. After receiving a law degree and studying accounting, she began writing short stories in 1993. She is the author of three previous novels--Watermelon, Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married, and Rachel's Holiday--all... show more



Marian Keyes lived in London for ten years before returning to her native Dublin. After receiving a law degree and studying accounting, she began writing short stories in 1993. She is the author of three previous novels--Watermelon, Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married, and Rachel's Holiday--all major bestsellers around the world.

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Birth date: September 10, 1963
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ferningur
ferningur rated it 7 months ago
This is the second book from Marian Keyes I've read, the first being "This charming man". "The woman who stole my life" is a much more lighthearted read, and a really enjoyable one albeit with a couple of reservations. The plot is about how the main character, Stella Sweeny, after period in hospit...
Groentje in het Nederlands
Groentje in het Nederlands rated it 9 months ago
Zoals ze is (Angels in de Engelse editie) was hier in Ierland een erg populair boek. Het was bijna onmogelijk te vermijden in de tweedehandwinkels waar ik de meeste van mijn boeken koop. Dus nu ik dit vertaling las, heb ik gerealiseerd dat ik had het al in het Engels veel jaren geleden ook gelezen...
alwaysbooks
alwaysbooks rated it 12 months ago
What do you do when your husband, out of the blue, announces that he is taking a 6 month break from his life with freedom to go where he wants and do what he wants? This is Amy’s dilemma. I would have really liked this book, but it was way, way too long, so much so that anything and everything to do...
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 1 year ago
This long novel deal with Amy, a 40ish PR expert, living in Dublin with her husband and her three children. When her husband, Hugh, decides to take off for six months, their lives change dramatically. With a fair amount of first-person narrated introspection, the novel moves along quite well with ...
Claresinterpretations
Claresinterpretations rated it 1 year ago
With thanks to Netgalley and Penguin books for this ARC in exchange for an open and honest review. I was so excited when I realised Marian Keyes had written a new book. I devoured chic lit books in my twenties, but as I got older I lost interest in the genre. Now I am older, Marian keyes is one ...
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