A new Marian Keyes novel is always something to celebrate, and her sixth novel, Angels, will have you cheering. From the first couple of sentences: "I'd always lived a fairly blameless life. Up until the day I left my husband and ran away to
The Walshes starred in a previous Keyes novel, the delightful Rachel's
Unable to face sorting out the difficulties, Maggie hightails it to
When I pick up this book, a lady told me it's quite dry. She can't get pass page 5 of the book. I did managed to get beyond page 5. Read it till the end and I agree with her opinion.
The main character, Maggie, was weak. I find it that it's hard for me to love her despite her pitiful plead that her husband is two timing her by going out with another woman. For one thing, who is she to complain as she was pining for a "closure" from her ex-boyfriend who ditched her without a word.
The plot was rather tame. Nothing much in terms of surprising twist or things like that.
However, this will not deter me from reading other books from this author as a friend told me this author have some real good books.