Hello from the Gillespies

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Gale, Oct 17, 2018 - Fiction - 694 pages
International Number One bestseller Monica McInerney brings us a sparkling and hilarious Christmas novel about family life For the last thirty years, Angela Gillespie's annual Christmas letter has been full of her family's triumphs. But this year Angela surprises everyone, including herself - she tells the truth. Angela's husband is in the throes of a mid-life crisis. Her grown-up daughters are more out of control than ever. And her youngest child spends all of his time talking to an imaginary friend. With fantasy thoughts of a life before marriage and motherhood becoming more than just an innocent daydream, Angela's real life is slowly slipping out of focus. But, as the repercussions of her ruthlessly honest letter begin to pile up, a shocking event takes Angela from her family, and she realises she should have been more careful of what she wished for. . . Praise for Monica McInerney: 'You'll be laughing out loud one minute and crying the next' Cosmopolitan 'McInerney is an expert in portraying the nuances and complications of family life' Red

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User Review  - sandra.k.heinzman - LibraryThing

*I received this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review* Here is the synopsis, from Goodreads: For the past thirty-three years, Angela Gillespie has sent to friends and family around ... Read full review

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User Review  - Terry_Mitchell - LibraryThing

I don’t know what I was expecting when I read this book….but a book with such depth and full of amazing lessons was not it. I am delighted to say that this book surprised me, touched me and truly ... Read full review

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About the author (2018)

Australian-born Dublin-based Monica McInerney is the internationally best-selling author of 11 novels. Monica grew up in a family of seven children in the Clare Valley wine region of South Australia. Since then she has lived all around Australia, in Ireland and in London and has also travelled widely. For the past 20 years Monica and her Irish husband have been moving back and forth between Australia and Ireland. They currently live in Dublin.

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