Monday, March 17, 2014

Book Review - Anybody Out There? by Marian Keyes

Anybody Out There?
by Marian Keyes
Published 2007

464 Pages

Anna is living a great life in New York. She has a great job with a popular makeup line, a great apartment (not easy to come by in New York), and great friends. 

One day, Anna awakens in her childhood home in Dublin with stitches in her face, a dislocated knee, and her hands smashed up. She has no memory of what happened to her. As soon as she is able, she returns to Manhattan, determined to find out why her life has turned upside down. She tried everything--mediums, psychics, anyone who may point her in the direction of what happened. 

Anna is one of the Walsh sisters, who have been subjects of a few other books by Marian Keyes. Every sister has her own well-defined personality, and it's a lot of fun to hear the family in their squabbling! Mummy Walsh is a great example of a mother who attempts to be in the loop with her wild daughters. 

Going into this book I wasn't sure what to expect, and my guesses along the way all proved to be incorrect! I was desperate to discover the big mystery in this bittersweet, witty, and wild read that will not disappoint!

Reviewed by Andrea 


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