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No One Could Have Guessed the Weather Hardcover – 13 Jun 2013

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Product details

  • Hardcover: 275 pages
  • Publisher: Amy Einhorn Books (13 Jun. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0399160213
  • ISBN-13: 978-0399160219
  • Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 15 x 3.3 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,325,030 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"My favorite book of the year so far, by far."--"Daily Mail "(UK)
"Clever and witty: the best kind of summer book." --"Kirkus Reviews"
"This is a charming debut about building a new life with a young family in New York, making new female friends, falling in love with the city and rebuilding a marriage. It is refreshingly positive, very much Allison Pearson territory." --"Bookseller"
"Hilarious...You'll find yourself enjoyably surprised."--Oprah.com
"Casey's bright witty writing and scalpel-sharp insights create a quick pace. . . . Casey's debut leaves the reader eager for more." --"Publishers Weekly"
"Casey's convivial prose will have girlfriends enthusiastically passing this book between each other."--"Minneapolis Star Tribune"


"If you loved "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing," this book is right up your alley. Casey, with humor and a keen, thoughtful eye, deftly sews together intricate plotlines, true characters, and spot-on, hilarious details into a marvelous quilt you want to snuggle under all afternoon." --Isabel Gillies, "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Happens Every Day"
"Anne-Marie Casey is my favorite kind of writer--smart, funny, brilliantly observant, and totally unpredictable. . . . I suggest savoring slowly: Casey packs more wit and wisdom into each page than most writers fit into an entire novel." --Stephen McCauley, author of "Object of My Affection"
"Anne-Marie Casey has written a woman's guide to living and loving. . . . Casey's humor is like cream on a scone, there's bite but it's also delicious. Readers will find themselves on these pages and revel in the connection. . . . I loved it." --Adriana Trigiani, "New York Times"-bestselling author of "The Shoemaker's Wife"
"Very smart, very savvy, and very, very funny. I loved this book and couldn't put it down." --Rosamund Lupton, bestselling author of "Sister"


"Fabulously clever, brilliantly observed ... wise, funny women's fiction from an important new voice." --Cathy Kelly, #1 international bestselling author of "Homecoming"


"I absolutely loved "No One Could Have Guessed the Weather." It was sophisticated, witty, with a sharp eye for the ridiculous. I loved it." --Katie Fforde, bestselling author of "Wedding Season"



"My favorite book of the year so far, by far."--"Daily Mail "(UK)
"Clever and witty: the best kind of summer book." --"Kirkus Reviews"
"This is a charming debut about building a new life with a young family in New York, making new female friends, falling in love with the city and rebuilding a marriage. It is refreshingly positive, very much Allison Pearson territory." --"Bookseller"
"Hilarious...You'll find yourself enjoyably surprised."--Oprah.com
"Casey's bright witty writing and scalpel-sharp insights create a quick pace. . . . Casey's debut leaves the reader eager for more." --"Publishers Weekly"
"Casey's convivial prose will have girlfriends enthusiastically passing this book between each other."--"Minneapolis Star Tribune"

"If you loved "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing," this book is right up your alley. Casey, with humor and a keen, thoughtful eye, deftly sews together intricate plotlines, true characters, and spot-on, hilarious details into a marvelous quilt you want to snuggle under all afternoon." --Isabel Gillies, "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Happens Every Day"
"Anne-Marie Casey is my favorite kind of writer--smart, funny, brilliantly observant, and totally unpredictable. . . . I suggest savoring slowly: Casey packs more wit and wisdom into each page than most writers fit into an entire novel." --Stephen McCauley, author of "Object of My Affection"
"Anne-Marie Casey has written a woman's guide to living and loving. . . . Casey's humor is like cream on a scone, there's bite but it's also delicious. Readers will find themselves on these pages and revel in the connection. . . . I loved it." --Adriana Trigiani, "New York Times"-bestselling author of "The Shoemaker's Wife"
"Very smart, very savvy, and very, very funny. I loved this book and couldn't put it down." --Rosamund Lupton, bestselling author of "Sister"

"Fabulously clever, brilliantly observed ... wise, funny women's fiction from an important new voice." --Cathy Kelly, #1 international bestselling author of "Homecoming"

"I absolutely loved "No One Could Have Guessed the Weather." It was sophisticated, witty, with a sharp eye for the ridiculous. I loved it." --Katie Fforde, bestselling author of "Wedding Season"


My favorite book of the year so far, by far. "Daily Mail "(UK)
"Clever and witty: the best kind of summer book. "Kirkus Reviews"
"This is a charming debut about building a new life with a young family in New York, making new female friends, falling in love with the city and rebuilding a marriage. It is refreshingly positive, very much Allison Pearson territory." "Bookseller"
Hilarious You ll find yourself enjoyably surprised. Oprah.com
"Casey's bright witty writing and scalpel-sharp insights create a quick pace. . . . Casey's debut leaves the reader eager for more." "Publishers Weekly"
Casey s convivial prose will have girlfriends enthusiastically passing this book between each other. "Minneapolis Star Tribune"

If you loved "The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing," this book is right up your alley. Casey, with humor and a keen, thoughtful eye, deftly sews together intricate plotlines, true characters, and spot-on, hilarious details into a marvelous quilt you want to snuggle under all afternoon. Isabel Gillies, "New York Times" bestselling author of "Happens Every Day"
Anne-Marie Casey is my favorite kind of writer smart, funny, brilliantly observant, and totally unpredictable. . . . I suggest savoring slowly: Casey packs more wit and wisdom into each page than most writers fit into an entire novel. Stephen McCauley, author of "Object of My Affection"
Anne-Marie Casey has written a woman's guide to living and loving. . . . Casey s humor is like cream on a scone, there s bite but it s also delicious. Readers will find themselves on these pages and revel in the connection. . . . I loved it. Adriana Trigiani, "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Shoemaker s Wife"
Very smart, very savvy, and very, very funny. I loved this book and couldn t put it down. Rosamund Lupton, bestselling author of "Sister"

"Fabulously clever, brilliantly observed ... wise, funny women s fiction from an important new voice. Cathy Kelly, #1 international bestselling author of "Homecoming"

"I absolutely loved "No One Could Have Guessed the Weather." It was sophisticated, witty, with a sharp eye for the ridiculous. I loved it." Katie Fforde, bestselling author of "Wedding Season"
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My favorite book of the year so far, by far. Daily Mail (UK)
"Clever and witty: the best kind of summer book. Kirkus Reviews
"This is a charming debut about building a new life with a young family in New York, making new female friends, falling in love with the city and rebuilding a marriage. It is refreshingly positive, very much Allison Pearson territory." Bookseller
Hilarious You ll find yourself enjoyably surprised. Oprah.com
"Casey's bright witty writing and scalpel-sharp insights create a quick pace. . . . Casey's debut leaves the reader eager for more." Publishers Weekly
Casey s convivial prose will have girlfriends enthusiastically passing this book between each other. Minneapolis Star Tribune

If you loved The Girls Guide to Hunting and Fishing, this book is right up your alley. Casey, with humor and a keen, thoughtful eye, deftly sews together intricate plotlines, true characters, and spot-on, hilarious details into a marvelous quilt you want to snuggle under all afternoon. Isabel Gillies, New York Times bestselling author of Happens Every Day
Anne-Marie Casey is my favorite kind of writer smart, funny, brilliantly observant, and totally unpredictable. . . . I suggest savoring slowly: Casey packs more wit and wisdom into each page than most writers fit into an entire novel. Stephen McCauley, author of Object of My Affection
Anne-Marie Casey has written a woman's guide to living and loving. . . . Casey s humor is like cream on a scone, there s bite but it s also delicious. Readers will find themselves on these pages and revel in the connection. . . . I loved it. Adriana Trigiani, New York Times bestselling author of The Shoemaker s Wife
Very smart, very savvy, and very, very funny. I loved this book and couldn t put it down. Rosamund Lupton, bestselling author of Sister

"Fabulously clever, brilliantly observed ... wise, funny women s fiction from an important new voice. Cathy Kelly, #1 international bestselling author of Homecoming

"I absolutely loved No One Could Have Guessed the Weather. It was sophisticated, witty, with a sharp eye for the ridiculous. I loved it." Katie Fforde, bestselling author of Wedding Season

" --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Anne-Marie Casey was a script editor and producer of prime-time television drama. No One Could Have Guessed the Weather, her first book, was inspired by her time living in Manhattan and her love-love relationship with the city. She is married to the novelist Joseph O Connor. They live in Dublin with their two sons." --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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3.0 out of 5 stars slice of life excursion through the lives of friends and frenemies 30 Aug. 2013
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A journey through the lives of mostly spoiled, self-indulgent characters, none of whom are particularly admirable. The story details their searches for self actualization without much thought of morality. I am afraid that they do, however, represent our society. I found it particularly disturbing that in all of the complex relationships, I never felt like the characters truly cared about anyone but themselves.
3.0 out of 5 stars Life well lived. 17 Aug. 2016
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An amusing and thought provoking story of friendship, the joys and challenges of living in NYC, and pursuit of a meaningful life...coupled with the courage and tenacity to decide to be happy.
1.0 out of 5 stars Typical PTA drama 23 Feb. 2014
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This novel does not trad any new ground. It is all about the drama and infidelity of the parents in the school district.
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3.0 out of 5 stars No One Could Have Guessed the Weather 9 Aug. 2013
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I found this book to be rather blah. However, I loaned it to a friend to read so I could discuss it with someone. The story line left a lot to be desired but it is also one on a must read list for this summer. I doubt I will read another book by this author. I did not have trouble putting this one down.
4.0 out of 5 stars Big Move London to New York 17 Oct. 2013
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This book was a good read for learning about New York in the eyes of a Londoner. The author shows the characters' inner thoughts a lot. It was interesting but kind of dwells a bit too much on their perceptions, secrets, and fitting in.
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