We Are Family (Paperback)Nicola Gill (author)
'Poignant and wry up-lit at its finest - Nicola Gill is a talent to behold!' LAURA JANE WILLIAMS, bestselling author of Our Stop
'Warm and witty - I quickly grew to love the characters.' BETH O'LEARY, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Flatshare and The SwitchYou can't choose your family...
Jess and Laura might be sisters, but they're very different people. Laura is laid-back, eats cheese in bed, and takes life as it comes. Jess, meanwhile, is the classic overachiever: Chief of Chivvying, Queen of all WhatsApp groups. They're family, but they're not exactly friends....but you can let them in.
When their mum dies, the sisters struggle to agree on anything, from where to scatter the ashes to whether "passed away" is an acceptable term. But as life forces them together, Laura and Jess realise: the only way through this is as a team. After all, they're stuck with each other - and drinking wine is more fun as a pair...
A funny, tender and thoroughly entertaining read for anyone who loved watching Fleabag, and is a fan of books by Marian Keyes, Fiona Gibson, Rachel Marks, Beth O'Leary and Mhairi McFarlane.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 260 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 15 mm
PRAISE FOR WE ARE FAMILY
'Poignant and wry up-lit at its finest - Nicola Gill is a talent to behold!' Laura Jane Williams, author of Our Stop
'Poignant, funny and heart-breaking. I quite literally laughed and cried. Highly recommended.' Kirsten Hesketh, author of Another Us
'Nicola's humour is perfect - that delicious combination of quirky, wry, and punchy. We Are Family sings with comedy!' Abigail Mann, author of The Lonely Fajita
'Made me laugh and cry in equal measure. The humour is so well-timed and perfectly pitched.' Holly McCulloch, author of Just Friends
'Funny and engaging, with characters who felt very real, I loved this poignant portrayal of sisterhood and family.' Louise Hare, author of This Lovely City
'A witty, funny and relatable look in to the sibling dynamic and the impact of grief on the love within a family.' Hannah Sunderland, author of Very Nearly Normal
'A poignant reminder that grief isn't always linear. Touching and humorous ... leaves you in no doubt that underneath the ups and downs, arguments and rivalries, families are bound together with love.' Gillian Harvey
'I laughed, I cried, I saw myself and the people I love in these women, and I will absolutely be re-reading this book. It's lovely and really special' Reader review
'The characters are relatable and I really felt like I went on the journey with them ... and I laughed and cried along the way!' Reader review
'Highly deserving of five stars!' Reader review
'I loved it! I found it so relatable as it is extremely well written. It makes you feel like you are friends with the two sisters.' Reader review
'An entertaining and thought-provoking story' Reader review
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