Conversations with Friends (Paperback)
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Conversations with Friends (Paperback)

Conversations with Friends (Paperback)

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Paperback 336 Pages / Published: 01/03/2018
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Two couples' relationships become messily entangled in this mordantly funny debut that established Rooney as the formidable new voice of a generation.

Shortlisted for the International Dylan Thomas Prize 2018

Longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize 2018

Winner of the 2017 Sunday Times/Peters Fraser Dunlop Young Writer of the Year Award

Frances, Bobbi, Nick and Melissa ask each other endless questions. As their relationships unfold, in person and online, they discuss sex and friendship, art and literature, politics and gender, and, of course, one another.

Twenty-one-year-old Frances is at the heart of it all, bringing us this tale of a complex menage-a-quatre and her affair with Nick, an older married man.

You can read Conversations with Friends as a romantic comedy, or you can read it as a feminist text.

You can read it as a book about infidelity, about the pleasures and difficulties of intimacy, or about how our minds think about our bodies.

However you choose to read it, it is an unforgettable novel about the possibility of love.

Described by the New York Times as a ‘new kind of adultery novel’, Conversations with Friends is also sharp, bitingly funny fiction that digs deep into identity and communication; slicing into the divide between who we are, and who we present ourselves to be. Hooking a reader from the first page, this modern love story about growing up and the infinite complexities of intimacy is a masterful debut from a major new talent.

Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 9780571333134
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 279 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm
Edition: Main


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'It is a narrative of self-discovery, as you might expect from the protagonist’s age. But that is about the only expectation that isn’t subverted in this tireless, probing and, above all, highly intelligent novel.' - The Sunday Times

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“Sophisticated love story...”

There are four characters in this book , Frances, Bobbi, Nick and Melissa. What happens when Frances and Nick fall in love even tough Nick is married to Melissa.

More than an ordinary love story, this is a political... More

Hardback edition
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Molly at Chesham

“Intimate and insightful”

Sally Rooney's debut centres around four characters, Frances, Bobbi, Nick and Melissa. At its heart is the affair between Frances and Nick, and the friendship which exists between Frances and Bobbi following... More

Hardback edition
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“Addictive, brilliant novel”

A book that you physically find yourself pining for when it’s finished, I was entirely engrossed in the relationship between Frances and Nick and their other lovers. Beautifully written, tender, painful and entirely... More

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