by Lisa Jewell
Ever wondered what happened to your first love? Imagine bumping into them twelve years later and realizing you still fancy them rotten.
That's exactly what happens to Dig Ryan when he sees Delilah again.
Now imagine you're Nadine. You and Dig have been best friends for fifteen years. And you've finally realized that you're in love with him.
So when Delilah - who always was your nemesis - returns, you're mad with jealousy and can't help behaving childishly.
Like phoning your first love Phil - just to get your own back ...Thirty nothing is a story of ex-boyfriends, ex-girlfriends and friends dabbling with yesterday when they really should be thinking about today.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 448 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 07/09/2000
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780140279283
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Review by LittleRach
I quite enjoyed this book. It's chick-lit for sure, but there are a couple of twists in the plot, and some interesting characters - although I agree with the other reviewer that the main plot is a little obvious. But sometimes that's nice. Like buying your favourite chocolate bar, and know that you're going to love it, rather than trying something different and being disappointed.
Review by Kace
I'm a bit annnoyed. I got really excited to read this book based on reviews, so I figured it'd be a safe bet to buy it. Yeah, they don't print this book anymore. I'm sure theres a copy in the second hand shops, which I love by the way. I'm just annoyed that the book wasn't readily available when I was ready to read it.
Review by TeenieLee
This book was even more stupid and predictible than I thought it would be. Ugh.