‘Emma Kennedy’s books are as funny, warm and life-inspiring as she is’ Jenny Colgan
It’s never too late to find yourself.
In the summer of 1971, best friends Agnes and Bea decide to embark on one last adventure before their adult lives begin.
For Agnes’s mother Florence, a fresh chapter is starting as her youngest flies the nest and her marriage settles into a new routine. But she can’t help feeling that something is missing.
As Agnes travels to London and Florence follows her heart to Europe, both will discover a world of possibilities they never could have dreamed of.
Because wherever you are in life, there is always time to finally become the person you were always meant to be.
Praise for Emma Kennedy
and The Things We Left Unsaid:
‘A rich treat’ Jane Fallon
‘Moving and magnificent’ Claire Balding
‘A joyous book’ Ruth Jones
'A beautiful novel... so tender and thoughtful. I loved it' Marian Keyes
‘Wonderful’ Mary Berry
A beautiful novel . . . so tender and thoughtful. I loved it."
Rachel’s relationship with her mother, Eleanor, has always been far from perfect. Eleanor is a renowned artist born from the swinging sixties, and Rachel has forever lived in the shadow of her success. When Rachel is left by her fiancé she has no choice but to move back into her family home with a mother she feels distant from – in the presence of many painful memories. Read on for an extract from the new novel from Emma Kennedy, The Things We Left Unsaid.