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The Baby Group Paperback – 15 Mar 2007
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"Captivating! You'll identify with at least one of the characters - or see a little bit of yourself in each of them" (Prima Baby & Pregnancy)
A heart-warming novel about six very different parents with six very different lives, from the author of The Memory Book.See all Product description
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The only critisism of this book is that it has rather a neat ending, which couldn't really be said about most situations throughout life. However, don't let this put you off, because it's a good read and pretty compelling at this confusing time!
The ending was more suited to a Mills & Boon story in that it was simply too good to be true, but sweet all the same.
Mothers of young children will relate to the characters and enjoy this book.
But I was in for a shock. The start was shakey and I wasn't to keen but I persevered and it paid off.
I laughed, I cried and I shouted at this book. Taking each step with the characters as they settled into their new roles was a real eye opener. I for one will never judge another teenager mother.
Jess's character was so emotional. I cried more than once over her, Natalie really made me laugh and as for Meg I wanted to hug her.
I was so sad when I finished reading this book it was so well written it was almost as though you were part of the group.
I read this book on holiday and since this book I have been addicted to reading. Its light entertainment that made me laugh a number of times.
I have to say that I absolutely was not disappointed, BUT you don't have to be a mother or have anything associated with babies to enjoy the book, as its mainly about characters which, without their babies, wouldn't of come together and been friends.
I loved Rowan Colemans writing style, and the characters were definately believable - infact 1 of the chracters - Jess - could of been based on me after the birth of my 1st child!
Really loved the way that you thought you knew what was going to happen a few times, but with the lovely twists and turns throughout everything wasn't as predicatble as first thought.
Everyone should give this book a go :)
There was something likeable about the main character Natalie from the very beginning, and her battle with various relationships in her life (her baby, her baby's father, her mother and her new found friends) made her character interesting, loveable and surprisingly a little fragile.
Although a little predictable in places, the author gives a few twists and turns to keep you reading, If you like a book that is heartwarming, uplifting and leaves you wanting to know what's next for the characters, then you'll love this.
"Warm, uplifting and not too predictable"
I liked natalie, the main character, and her romance with Jack, her baby's (forgotten it's name already and I only finished it last night!)father and her builder, Gary.
For me the other characters were less well developed, especially Steve, the only male member of the babygroup; he seemed to be a bit of a token bloke.
Very kind of feelgood type of a book, which seems to equate to 'predictable' nowadays - i didn't think as some readers did, that it was full of twists and turns.
The end bit where her 'chickens come home to roost' (think that's the right expression) was really funny.
A good holiday type of book.
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