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SOMETHING TO TELL YOU Paperback – 24 January 2019
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About the Author
Lucy Diamond grew up in Nottingham and went to university in Leeds where she studied English Literature. After graduating, she worked in publishing and at the BBC, and in her spare time she began writing children’s books under a number of different pen names.
Two small children later, an evening class in creative writing motivated her to try a longer piece of fiction and explore some of her own feelings about motherhood. This eventually became a novel, Any Way You Want Me, and she was thrilled when Pan Macmillan made her an offer of publication.
Now the author of fourteen novels and a Sunday Times bestselling author, Lucy writes with warmth and honesty about the joy and surprises, as well as the complications, that love, family and friendships can bring.
Lucy now lives in Bath with her husband and three children and writes full-time.
- Publisher : MACMILLAN EXPORT OME (24 January 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 464 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1509851119
- ISBN-13 : 978-1509851119
- Reading age : 18 years and up
- Dimensions : 15.3 x 3.5 x 23.4 cm
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I often listen to books (with my phone reading) and found I had to focus more than usual as there were many characters each with their own issues to follow. The main characters were likeable and I willed them to achieve their happy ever after or, at least, happy for now, moment. The resolutions found by each character felt easily won but that suited the read I needed at the time.
I do love Lucy Diamond’s style but I’m giving four stars as I would say her earlier books are more absorbing reads than this one.
I felt the last few chapters brought the story to a rather abrupt end albeit a generally feel good one.
I wouldn’t recommend the book to any of my friends due to the rather random and unnecessary swearing in it which in my opinion adds nothing positive to the story, the writing or the characters. It simply jars as the story gets underway.