Growing Up Again

Growing Up Again

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Janie Lawson's life hasn't turned out quite the way she'd hoped. Nearly forty, she's in a marriage that's frozen over with a mother-in-law she despises. Before Janie can make the final step toward divorce, though, her fate is taken out of her hands. Janie wakes up in her old bedroom and finds it just as it was in her teens. She stumbles downstairs to the kitchen where her mother greets her, looking radiantly young. But it isn't until Janie looks in the mirror, to be confronted by her fifteen-year-old self sporting the most diabolical 80s perm, that the reality of her situation sinks in. For a woman who scoffs at anything science can't prove, being swept back decades in time is a particularly ironic twist. She's gone back to 1981 and all the signs suggest that it's a one-way trip. But there's an upside - Janie has the chance to make her life turn out the way she wanted it. She's determined to help her parents, make her fortune and do some good in the world, starting with saving Lady Diana Spencer from her fate. But things don't quite go to plan and pretty soon Janie realises that even second time around, nothing is guaranteed ...G ROWING UP AGAIN is a hilarious, laugh-out-loud novel about second chances - it's clever, compassionate and hugely entertaining.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 32mm | 480.82g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752874896
  • 9780752874890

About Catriona McCloud

Catriona McCloud was born in South Queensferry, Scotland, and educated at Edinburgh University. She lives on a farm in a beautiful valley in Galloway.show more

Review quote

'Beautifully written with many creative descriptions and metaphors capturing the nuances of human emotion and experience - an excellent example of women's fiction spiced up with a little metaphysics.' IRISH MAIL ON SUNDAY 'An intriguing, quirky drama that never fails to surprise.' DAILY RECORD 'Full of laughs, with plenty of twists and turns' EVENING HERALD (Ireland) 'A very entertaining story' WOMEN'S OWN 'A quirky idea which makes for a light entertaining holiday read' IN THE KNOWshow more

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85 ratings
3.27 out of 5 stars
5 9% (8)
4 31% (26)
3 41% (35)
2 15% (13)
1 4% (3)
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