Another warm and uplifting book from the author of The Kicking the Bucket List
‘Feelgood’ Good Housekeeping
Has their friendship stood the test of time?
The Class of ’72, Sara, Ally, Jo and Mitch were as close as sisters, then life intervened and the four friends lost touch. Now in her sixties, Sara has realized – late in the day – that those women were the best friends she’d ever had and is determined to get the gang back together.
Ally is facing a huge turning point in her life and Jo, after years of being chief cook and bottle washer, needs to put herself first after a wake-up call.
None of them know what happened to Mitch. The coolest and most enigmatic of the foursome doesn’t want to be found and it seems that even after all these years, the women are still keeping a few secrets from each other…
Praise for Cathy Hopkins
‘Really enjoyable’ Judy Leigh
‘Warm, wise and full of heart… I absolutely loved this book.’ Lucy Diamond, author of Summer at Shell Cottage
‘Funny and feelgood’ Good Housekeeping
‘Warm, funny and uplifting’ Reader’s Digest
‘The ending was a quiet joy. I loved it.’ Julia Williams
‘Funny, touching and very wise. I loved it.’ Alex Brown
‘An engaging and heart felt story about love and loss.’ Madeleine Reiss author of Someone to Watch Over Me
‘Warm and amusing’ Express & Star
About the author
Cathy lives in Bath with her husband and three cats. In her spare time, she is happiest dressed as a bag lady, digging, planting or reading in the garden or on a walk with friends in the surrounding countryside – usually ending in a pub.
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Cathy Hopkins has captured life and the importance of friendship insightfully with both pathos and humour.
The journey of discovery of four friends from the past and their respective journeys was hugely enjoyable.