Penguin presents the audiobook edition of The Importance of Being Aisling by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen, read by Amy McAllister.
She's a country girl learning to love the city sophistication of unlimited Pinot Greej and brunch, though smashed avocado still mystifies her. She can plan anything, from Secret Santa for her ungrateful colleagues to a hen party for not one but two brides.
But even Aisling is thrown off course when her job and relationship suddenly go up in smoke.
Life in the city was supposed to be glamorous and grown-up, but all at once she's heading home to live with her mother. (Not without a detour to Vegas first - she's unemployed and single, not dead.)
But between making new friends and rivals, and finding her eye caught by a very handsome but very unavailable new man, going home is full of surprises. Could small town life actually hold the answers Aisling is missing?
People can't get enough of Aisling:
'There aren't enough words for how much I love it' Marian Keyes
'The year's funniest book to date' Hello
'Will have you shedding a tear as well as laughing your socks off' Fabulous
'Both Aisling and the novel have a great big thumping heart' Sunday Times
Hailed as the Irish answer to Bridget Jones . . . it's stuffed with laughs
With its ability to have you laughing out loud one minute and crying the next, this is a joyful, emotional, heartfelt, hilarious romp of a novel
Incredibly funny, warm, fabulous, how do they do it?
Should come with a health warning. Ten pages in my face hurts from grinning and my neck hurts from nodding along in recognition at the universal wisdoms. There's a smile in every page, some genuinely hilarious moments, and so much heart. The Importance of Being Aisling is a day-maker - the cure for cynicism, Trump and whatever else ails you
Hilariously funny, but often very moving too. Aisling is the real Voice of Ireland
Hilarious and life-affirming, this is just the book to banish the winter blues
Just as charming as its predecessor. Funny and human, Aisling is already queen of Irish comic fiction. Long may she reign
This duo's beloved Irish heroine is back with a bang . . . Brilliantly funny, with a lead character you can easily see yourself in
It's like a hug in a book
Aisling is the perfect heroine for these strange times we live in. They say that we get the heroes we deserve, so we must have all done something pretty amazing to live in the Age Of Aisling
Do you know what a 'Brown Thomas bag' is? Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen introduce some of the Irish phrases used in their bestselling book Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling
The authors of Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling, Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen, introduce their heroine Aisling and tell us what she thinks of avocados, fit bits and tupperware.