Following the lives of four thirty-something friends, it has all the elements of great chick-lit: think the humour of Marian Keyes, the warmth of Cathy Kelly, with just a sprinkling of Jackie Collins naughtiness thrown in for good measure.
packed with characters, plot twists and humorous incident ... a journey on which many readers will be happily swept away
A touching story that reminds us all that love's never as simple as it sounds.
'A funny, zany romp through the glitzier side of Dublin'
This thrilling story of romance and deceit is too good to put down.
Ella Griffin's hugely enjoyable debut ... deftly mixes light and shade, humour and conflict ... like Allison Pearson in I don't know how She Does It, Griffin puts a fresh spin on the having-it-all conundrum of juggling relationships and caring from children and parents with the demands of a career.
As debut novels go this is one stomping entry into the world of storytelling. Like all good romcoms, Postcards from the Heart is a love story with a twist, but its also got the added element of wit, humour and the odd tear here and there. A fabulous read.
A smart portrayal of four friends' efforts to find a path through the undergrowth of thirtysomething life.
'A brilliant debut novel' (4 stars)
A brilliant read which I found it hard to put down.
A fresh, funny new voice. Ella Griffin can make you laugh and then cry in the turn of a page.
Written with warmth and humour Irish authors appear so good at