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Review: Under the Duvet: Shoes, Reviews, Having the Blues, Builders, Babies, Families and Other CalamitiesUser Review - Katherine - Goodreads
I love this book and the insight it gives into Marian Keyes life. She is a brilliant writer and you can see where the inspiration for some of her characters comes from. This book led me to read more ... Read full review
Review: Under the Duvet: Shoes, Reviews, Having the Blues, Builders, Babies, Families and Other CalamitiesUser Review - Bridget Conroy - Goodreads
This is my second book by Marian Keyes and a different book as well since it is a collection of her short stories. I really enjoyed her first book I read of Sushi for Beginners. This book gives me a ... Read full review
Review: Under the Duvet: Shoes, Reviews, Having the Blues, Builders, Babies, Families and Other CalamitiesUser Review - Franny - Goodreads
Amusing essays, articles and other nonfiction pieces by an author I really enjoy. Though I just don't understand the obsession she has with shoes. Other than serving a functional purpose I don't see the big deal.... Read full review
Keyes does nonfiction as amazingly as she does fiction. Read full review
This was, as promised, a light read of some magazine type essays. I'm not sure why I chose it but it was good while it lasted. Somewhat dated but witty and Irish, which I love Read full review
Totally cute series of real-life vignettes by the author about her life in Ireland and London. She looks at life in a very amusing way and can tell a story so that you laugh out loud. She runs the ...
The copyrights on this are UK 2001 and USA 2004, and it consists of both published and unpublished essays and newspaper articles. The author is an Irish lass who hie'd off to London in the 80's when ...
I liked the peek into Marian Keyes' actual life and had some fun making comparisons between her characters and her real life relations. But if you've read five or more of her books, you will recognize much of this material, so it's kind of a disappointing rerun. Read full review
This is a series of essay pieces by Marian Keyes which was ideal for reading on the Metro to and from work, a little bit of cheery Irish nonsense with a touch of humanity and wit interwined. I love ... Read full review
This was a collection of her short stories and some unpublished work. Not what I was expecting :( I didn't read the entire thing. Read full review