Rachel's Holiday: A Hay Festival and The Poole VOTE 100 BOOKS for Women Selection Paperback – 2 Aug 2012
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Deliciously dark and fantastically funny, Rachel's Holiday is the story of a young woman living life rather too well until the day she takes it too far endangering everything she cares about . . . (from the publisher's description)
Keyes manages to have you alternately blubbing and belly-laughing to the final page (Company)
Gloriously funny (The Sunday Times)
About the Author
Marian Keyes is the international bestselling author of Watermelon, Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married, Rachel's Holiday, Last Chance Saloon, Sushi for Beginners, Angels, The Other Side of the Story, Anybody Out There, This Charming Man, The Brightest Star in the Sky, The Mystery of Mercy Close and The Woman Who Stole My Life. Her journalism, collected under two titles, Making It Up As I Go Along and Under the Duvet: Deluxe Edition, containing the original publications Under the Duvet and Further Under the Duvet, are also available from Penguin.
Marian lives in Dublin with her husband.
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Is Rachel an unreliable narrator - deliciously so, but she is telling the truth as she sees it and we share her hilarious journey to discover the truth about her life.
I love the honesty the addict and Rachel's redemption.
Great info on remainder of the Walsh family.
Pathos, bathos, humour and a really interesting plot! WhY more could anyone want?