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Girls Night In Jessica Adams

Girls Night In

Jessica Adams

Published
ISBN : 9780006514855
Paperback
586 pages
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 About the Book 

Most girls know the best nights in consist of other girlie friends, a few bottles of vino (or devilish cocktail concoctions) and a good goss. A Girls Night In provides all this and more between the pages of its cover. A collection of short stories byMoreMost girls know the best nights in consist of other girlie friends, a few bottles of vino (or devilish cocktail concoctions) and a good goss. A Girls Night In provides all this and more between the pages of its cover. A collection of short stories by 32 of the UKs most up-and-coming female authors, this intoxicating anthology is a heady blend of heartbreaks, highs and hit-and-misses. With each writers distinct perspective and personal style flowing, no two stories are alike--although they all deal with a perennial theme: the battle of the sexes. Contributors include Marian Keyes, Lisa Jewell, Wendy Holden, Amy Jenkins and many, many more. Marian Keyes The Truth is Out There is an unusual, screwball spin on getting over a broken heart--a young woman in the process of a break-up is unwittingly assisted by a small, yellow, transparent creature who liked to be called Bib, with an eye for the ladies. Lisa Jewells Rudy looks at affairs of the heart from a rare male perspective--the stalker--leaving many a reader, oddly enough, with a wry smile. Innovative, wacky titles abound to induce the reader in: E-Male of the Species, Dougie, Spoons and the Aquarium Solarium and The Seven Steps from Shag to Spouse. Whether you are drawn to a familiar writer or someone new, you can dip in and out of these tales at whim, gaining a taster of whether you could enjoy a full course of their longer fiction. Either way, raise a glass to toast this eclectic mix of authors united to raise funds for War Child. Proceeds--£1 from every book sold--will promote a Childs Safe Play programme in the Balkans and an educational programme in Rwanda. --Nicola Perry