The Art of Friendship, Paperback

The Art of Friendship Paperback

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I get by with a little help from my friends...A heart-warming tale of family and friendship for fans of Cathy Kelly and Maeve Binchy.

Chance brought Kirsty, Clare, Janice and Patsy together fifteen years ago.

But friendship has bound them through time. Until now. Over the years, In the small town of Ballyfergus, these four women have shared tears of joy and sorrow, countless glasses of wine and cups of tea.

Men have come and gone, children been born and left home.

Life has taken them down paths they never expected, but through it all their relationship has endured.

But all that's about to change - this year their friendship will be tested as never before as: * Widowed Kirsty falls in love with someone she shouldn't. * Patsy struggles to cope with her beloved husband's redundancy and a shocking revelation from her daughter. * Janice is forced to address ghosts from her past. * Clare takes control of her life, only to discover that her new-found independence comes at a high price.

Can the sisterhood survive the strains placed upon it and come through it unscathed?




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I enjoyed this book. A perfect summer read but only problem there is no summer really ;) <br/>Yes, I've always loved reading books that are about various women and their friendships. What happens to them and their relationships and how that affects their friendships. Well this was typical a book of that genre. I bought it on Now they have free shipping even outside the UK if you buy over 25 pounds.<br/>It was so much fun adding books to my basket. ;). I think this was recommended to me and i read the reviews and decided to give it a go. It was on sale. Glad I bought it.<br/><br/>I just wish one thing. With most of these books the ending always has to be good for every woman that's in it. So let's say its about 4 women they mostly end up being happy in the end with a man most of the time in not always.That's the only negative