Review - Something in Common by Roisin Meaney


Published 1st of May 2013 by Hachette books Ireland
448 pages

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An Advanced readers copy was provided for review 

I've just finished my final exams (Woo!) and needed a relaxing character driven read.

I was secretly hoping it would piss rain so I could stay inside and do nothing but read for two days. 

Inspired by a conversation with her mother Roisin writes about two woman as different as chalk and cheese who correspond by letter as pen friends.

Over the course of twenty years the women share the ups and downs of life, the milestones that come and go and the people who come and go with them.

As the years pass we learn that people can be there for one another in more ways than one. They can support one another. True friendship saves these women in every possible way a person can be saved. 

As usual finishing one of Roisin Meaney's books becomes a bitter-sweet situation. It is always difficult to leave her characters behind. 


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