Here Come the Girls
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Here Come the Girls

By (author) Milly Johnson

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Shirley Valentine, eat your heart out Ven, Roz, Olive and Frankie have been friends since school. They day-dreamed of glorious futures, full of riches, romance and fabulous jobs. The world would be their oyster. Twenty-five years later, Olive cleans other people's houses to support her lazy, out-of-work husband and his ailing mother. Roz cannot show her kind, caring husband Manus any love because her philandering ex has left her trust in shreds. And she and Frankie have fallen out big time. But Ven is determined to reunite her friends and realise the dream they had of taking a cruise before they hit forty. Before they know it, the four of them are far from home, on the high seas. But can blue skies, hot sun and sixteen days of luxury and indulgence distract from the tension and loneliness that await their return?

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  • Paperback | 512 pages
  • 130 x 194 x 38mm | 359.99g
  • 28 Apr 2011
  • Simon & Schuster Ltd
  • London
  • English
  • 1849832056
  • 9781849832052
  • 23,297

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Five-foot-tall Milly Johnson is a half Barnsley, half Glaswegian writer of greetings cards, novels and shopping lists featuring gin and buns. When not writing she is either reading, learning Italian, mixing with the Yorkshire glitterati, getting up the council's nose about a Dodworth Road Pedestrian Crossing or ironing school clothes. She lives with her two boys and a quartet of mad animals near her Mam and Dad in the middle of Barnsley, South Yorkshire.

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Disappointing

A story of 4 women - friends from school - who take a cruise for two weeks. I took this book on holiday with me hoping to lose myself in a great holiday read. From page one I could have predicted the ending - and I was right! The constant use of 'Alas' drove me mad, as did the obsession with desribing everything they ate or drank. Not up to Milly Johnson's previous books which is a shame.show more
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