One Way Ticket To Paris

Emma Robinson

This book is a joy to read. It follows characters Kate, Laura and Shannon through a life-changing weekend in Paris where they learn about what it means to be friends, partners and mothers. Robinson is funny, and I mean guffawingly funny, but she also has the capacity to stop you in your tracks and break your heart. This is an easy book to read, but has depth too. The themes are powerful and sensitively dealt with. There is music and art and a wonderful evocation of Paris. Such a lovely book!

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