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Pieces of My Heart
  • Published: 20 October 2010
  • ISBN: 9780141911502
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 448

Pieces of My Heart



'Marian Keyes has for years been the undisputed queen . . . Sinéad Moriarty is now a worthy competitor' Sunday Independent

The modern woman is a Jill of all trades - wife, lover, mother, daughter, friend, fixer, boss ... it's never-ending.

Ava is juggling a life that seems to have too many pieces. First, there are her chalk-and-cheese daughters, Alison the angel and Sarah the tearaway.

Then there's husband Paul. Unfortunately, he seems more interested in work than home - which might explain why her sex life is practically on life support. That certainly can't be said about her Viagra-popping Dad, a loveable rogue who is determined to grow old disgracefully.

She would envy her best friend Sally, sassy single singleton-about-town, if she didn't know that behind her polished exterior Sally is as vulnerable as a kitten.

Somewhere in there is Ava herself, trying to do her best for all of them but lately feeling like she's running on empty. But that's before she notices Alison is in deep trouble. Now she knows there's no such thing as empty - not if she is to hold on to the most precious pieces of her heart ...

  • Published: 20 October 2010
  • ISBN: 9780141911502
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 448

About the authors

Sinead Moriarty

Bestselling author Sinéad Moriarty lives in Dublin with her husband and their three children. The Way We Were is her eleventh novel.

http://www.sineadmoriarty.com

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Praise for Pieces of My Heart

Touching, humorous and a bit of a tear-jerker, this is a brilliant look at family life

Closer

Makes you really care ... plenty of laughs and more than a bit of substance

Irish Mail on Sunday

The bewildered parents' attempts to help and understand their troubled daughter are both convincing and moving ... thoughtful and enjoyable

Irish Times

Moving ... chick lit at its best

Red Magazine

Not only addictive and sweet but moving, too ... wonderful

Trashionista.com

A clever blend of the tragic and comic, which is this writer's forte

Irish Independent

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