Book Review: The One I Love by Anna McPartlin
October 27th, 2010 by Leah 5/5
The One I Love is published by Penguin and on sale in the UK from 28th Oct.
Once Jane and Alexandra were inseparable – sharing adventures, secrets and big dreams for the future. But when Jane got pregnant at seventeen, they drifted apart. [...]
I’m 38, happily married and childless. We are not childless by choice. We are childless because I have endometriosis and so far that has prevented me from being able to conceive. At thirty frigging eight we’re not holding out too much hope of conceiving any time soon and let’s face it the clock is soon [...]
Reviewed by Anonymous
Excellent book I would higly recommend it. Anna Mc Partlin is so witty and funny. This book is so well writtin, once you start it you will not leave it down.
This review applies to the So What If I’m Broken version.
So What If I’m Broken
Reviewed by Patricia Lewis from South Wales
Another excellent [...]
Often characterized as a chick-lit writer, Anna McPartlin’s latest novel, Alexandra, Gone, offers much more emotional depth than is often found between the candy-colored covers of her contemporaries. McPartlin tackles regret, fear, loss and heartbreak in her very readable and captivating novel. This story centers on the disappearance of Alexandra Kavanaugh and the effect it [...]
I started my ‘Midday’ week on Wednesday and with a bang. We were talking about the Belgian Government’s proposal to ban the burka. I being the emotionally driven (or unstable depending on your viewpoint) individual that I am was all in favour of the move to ban or indeed mass burn the burka because I [...]