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'Joanna has held up a mirror to millions of women around the world, and they've seen themselves, their lives, their relationships and their desires staring back..' Good Housekeeping 'Trollope is a slick and stylish writer'. - Daily Telegraph. 'She writes so beautifully.... in a style so graceful and judicious that you would cal it restful, if it were not also palpably intelligent' - Evening Standard.
Joanne Trollope is critically acclaimed for her passionate and compelling insights into the fabric of modern relationships. In 'Friday Nights', she focuses on the importance of female friendships, and what happens when the balance is upset by an unwelcome stranger.
It is often claimed, nowadays, that friendship is the new family. Friday Nights is concerned specifically with female friendship.
Friday Nights tells the story of six women, all very different, and in different life circumstances, ranging in age from early twenties to early seventies, who have come to rely upon each other's company to beguile the frequent anticlimax of Friday nights.
And then one of them introduces a man into the mix ...