Anna Walsh needs her old life back: her home, her glamorous career and above all the love of her life, her husband Aidan.
But can things ever return to the way they were?
Anna Walsh is covered in bandages and lying in her parents' Good Front Room.
She's dreaming of leaving Dublin and returning to New York.
To her home. To her job. And most of all to her husband Aidan.
Unfortunately, her family have other ideas. She's staying put. And Aidan? Well he's refusing to even take her calls.
What has pushed Anna so far from everything that she loves? Is she the only one who can put it all right? And if not, who is?
'Keyes writes brilliantly, as always, about love, grief, jealously and friendship' Daily Mail
'A wonderful, subtle, hilarious and highly sophisticated novel' Evening Standard
'High quality entertainment' Marie Claire
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I have read a lot of Marian Keyes books, most of them at least twice, but this one, in my opinion, has to transcend all others. My previous favourite was "the Other Side of the Story" but "anybody Out There." Is on a different scale, completely. I read the first quarter of the book, being amused, and wondering what happened. When I found out, I just sobbed and sobbed and sobbed.....as I do whenever I reread it. I told my Mum to read it ( I can totally relate to the Walsh family) and she had the same reaction. She then suggested her husband read it, and he was worse! Completely touching. Thank you for writing it, Marian.
Anybody out there
Another brilliant story about one of the Walsh family. Really enjoyed it, made me laugh yet again. Now onto the next book!
Read a couple of Marian Keyes books they are a very good read