Friday Nights by Joanna Trollope
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Friday Nights Summary
From the master of literary domestic drama, a page-turning novel that dissects the complexities of female friendship and the choices that define womens lives.
It is Eleanor who starts the Friday night get-togethers. From her window she sees two young women, with small children, separate, struggling, and plainly lonelyand decides to ask them in.
Friday Nights Reviews
"[A] careful and compelling examination of one man's insidious effect on a group of female friends, as memorable as it is readable." - Publishers Weekly.
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Joanna Trollope Author Biography
Joanna Trollope was born in her grandfather's rectory in the Cotswolds in December 1943, and although her actual childhood was spent in the Midlands and in Surrey, she always felt that her real "home" was her birthplace. Joanna says It gave me - still gives me - not just a sense of rootedness, but a capacity to value landscape and weather and the rich life of smallish communities. It wouldn't matter where I lived now, I'd always carry that centred feeling of having come from somewhere very well defined with me. Joanna is the eldest of three, the mother of two daughters and the stepmother of two stepsons and now a grandmother. She once saw a car sticker in the States. It read: If Id known how wonderful grandchildren were going to be, Id...
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