The Brightest Star in the Sky
A wry and life-affirming tale-and the Irish literary star's latest New York Times bestseller. Marian Keyes's inimitable blend of rollicking humor, effervescent prose, and captivating stories that deal with real-life issues have won readers around the globe. Reminiscent of the blockbuster movie Love, Actually, her new novel The Brightest Star in the Sky, features seven neighbors whose lives become entangled when a sassy and prescient spirit descends on 66 Star Street to radically transform at least one person's life in the Dublin town house. With the comic appeal of Nick Hornby's novels and delicious drama akin to Jane Green, The Brightest Star in the Sky will keep readers guessing, laughing, gasping, and in tears until the very last page.
- Paperback | 480 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 43.18mm | 771.1g
- 26 Jul 2011
- Penguin Books
About Marian Keyes
Marian Keyes, a preeminent writer of contemporary women's fiction, is the internationally bestselling author of a cookbook, two autobiographical works, and more than ten novels, including The Brightest Star in the Sky, The Woman Who Stole My Life, and Sushi for Beginners. She lives in Dún Laoghaire, Ireland, with her husband.