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By Allison Pearson

ISBN-10: 0857352997

ISBN-13: 9780857352996

ISBN-10: 1400076919

ISBN-13: 9781400076918

ISBN-10: 1611730074

ISBN-13: 9781611730074

the hot novel from the best-selling writer of I Don’t understand how She Does It takes us on an unforgettable trip into old flame, and—with the emotional depth and penetrating wit that experience made her cherished between readers everywhere in the world—reminds us of ways the ardor of our early life can ignite our grownup lives.

Wales, 1974. Petra and Sharon, thirteen-year-old women, are passionate about David Cassidy. His fan journal is their Bible, and a few days his letters are the single issues that preserve them going as they fight during the humiliating day-by-day rituals of adolescence—confronting their bewildering new our bodies, struggling with with moms who don’t comprehend them in any respect. jointly they take on the last word David Cassidy Quiz, a competition whose winners should be flown to the United States to satisfy Cassidy in person.

London, 1998. Petra is pushing 40, near to divorce, and scuffling with together with her personal thirteen-year-old daughter while she discovers a dusty letter in her mother’s closet pointing out her the winner of the competition she and Sharon had worked over with such desire and backbone. greater than 20 years later, twenty kilos heavier, bruised by way of grief and the disappointments of heart age, Petra reunites with Sharon for an all-expenses-paid journey to Las Vegas to fulfill their youngster idol eventually, and reveals her existence completely transformed.

Funny, relocating, jam-packed with attractive observations concerning the awakenings of either formative years and center age, Allison Pearson’s long-awaited new novel will communicate throughout generations to moms and daughters and ladies of all ages.

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