"A relevant, enjoyable read for all women, and for men who seek to understand them" Good Reading
"In a word: inspiring." Herald Sun
It's almost forty years since the three ex-convent girls left school and went their separate ways, but finally they meet again.Bonnie, rocked by the death of her husband, is back in Australia after decades in Europe, and is discovering that while financial security eliminates worry, it doesn't guarantee a fulfilling life. Fran, long divorced, is a struggling freelance food writer, battling with her diet, her bank balance, and her relationship with her adult children. And Sylvia, marooned in a long and passionless marriage to an ambitious Anglican minister, is facing a crisis that will crack her world wide open.
Together again, sharing their past lives, secrets, aspirations and deepest fears, Bonnie, Fran and Sylvia embark on a creative venture that will challenge everything they thought they knew about themselves-and give them more second chances than they ever could have imagined.
PRAISE FOR LIZ BYRSKI
"Her plots and characters get stronger with each book" The Sydney Morning Herald
"Liz Byrski has a guaranteed cheer squad for her novels which champion...women taking charge of their life and growing old creatively" Daily Telegraph
Fans of Monica McInerney, Liane Moriarty and Joanna Trollope will love Liz Byrski.
Liz Byrski is the author of seven novels and a number of non-fiction books, the latest of which is Getting On: Some Thoughts on Women and Ageing. She has worked as a freelance journalist, a broadcaster with ABC Radio and an advisor to a minister in the West Australian Government. Liz has a PhD in writing from Curtin University where she teaches professional and creative writing.
Three old friends embark on a venture to challenge themselves, finding more second chances than they could have imagined.