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Break-up club

By: Mathias, Lorelei

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0008197954 / 9780008197957
Paperback
823.92
19/05/2016
Stock expected by 17/12/2019
England
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20 cm 410 pages
General (US: Trade)  Learn More
Originally published: in ebook format as Reader, I dumped him.

'Sparky dialogue and a lovely depiction of friendship.

I loved this!' Katie Fforde This story is a celebration of the people that bring you back to life when your world closes in: your mates.

Relationships come and go, but the Break-up Club membership never truly expires. THERE'S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO BE SINGLE . . . Holly Braithwaite and loveable loser Lawrence have been together for five years.

But the obvious cracks in their relationship can no longer be ignored and Holly soon finds herself saying 'it's not me, it's you'. In the shock aftermath of their break up, Holly finds unlikely companions in Olivia, Harry and Bella.

Together, they form the Break-Up Club, as they support each other through their mutual melancholy and find ways to love, laugh and function as human beings again. What others are saying about The Break-Up Club: ''You'd be DAFT to miss out on this fab book - it's blimmin' marvellous!

I LOVED IT' Miranda Dickinson 'I loved this fun, bittersweet read.

The story is full of both laughs and tears... It's written with warmth and love, and makes you realise that we can get through anything if we have our friends by our side.' Reader review 'Full of humour, compassion, and the odd twist, this book will cheer up anyone who has experienced a rotten break up.

Pack it in your suitcase and read it on the beach, or just curl up in bed and read it at home.

Either way, just buy it' Reader review 'Very funny light hearted reading' Reader review 'I loved this book from start to finish.

A refreshing take on relationships that had me chuckling out loud.' Reader review

BIC:

1DBKE England, 1DBKESL London, Greater London, FA Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), FR Romance

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