The Year that Changed Everything
By Cathy Kelly
The brilliantly heartwarming and life-affirming new novel from Number 1 bestselling author Cathy Kelly.
'Warm, witty and wise' Marian Keyes
Three women, three birthdays, one year that will change everything...
Ginger isn't spending her thirtieth the way she would have planned. Tonight might be the first night of the rest of her life - or a total disaster.
Sam is finally pregnant after years of trying. When her waters break on the morning of her fortieth birthday, she panics: forget labour, how is she going to be a mother?
Callie is celebrating her fiftieth at a big party in her Dublin home. Then a knock at the door mid-party changes everything...
Treat yourself to the heartwarming and life-affirming new story from international bestseller Cathy Kelly
Everyone loves Cathy Kelly:
'This book is full of joy - and I devoured every page of it gladly' - Milly Johnson
'Filled with nuggets of wisdom, compassion and humour, Cathy Kelly proves, yet again, that she knows everything there is to know about women' - Patricia Scanlan
'Packed with Cathy's usual magical warmth' - Sheila O'Flanagan
'A lovely story of life and change' - Prima
'Comforting and feel-good, the perfect treat read' - Good Housekeeping
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18 Oct 2018
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This book is full of joy - and I devoured every page of it gladly — Milly Johnson
Warm, wise, compassionate and full of characters I loved... It's like having a great gossip with your best friend — Marian Keyes
Filled with nuggets of wisdom, compassion and humour, Cathy Kelly proves, yet again, that she knows everything there is to know about women — Patricia Scanlan
Packed with Cathy's usual magical warmth — Sheila O'Flanagan
Comforting and feel-good, the perfect treat read — Good Housekeeping
A lovely story of life and change — Nina Potell, PRIMA
The perfect pick-me-up — Homes & Lifestyle
This top-notch storyteller once again cuts to the quick of modern women's lives and their relationships — Woman & Home
Entertaining, moving, and vivid as a screenplay — Irish Independent