Reviews

  • Exquisite time travel . . . Every detail - from fashion, design and music to social tribes and verbal tics - is spot on

    Guardian
  • Wonderfully evokes that ping-pong between trivial and tremendous so characteristic of the Eighties . . . great on atmosphere . . . An engaging debut, alive with human sympathy

    Wendy Holden, Daily Mail
  • Engrossing . . . brilliantly captures the complexities of female friendship

    Good Housekeeping
  • A poignant look at the juggling act women must maintain if they're to carve out a career, and how friendships define life's tribulations

    Glamour
  • Warm and entertaining . . . captures the excitement of being young and glamorous at a time when the sky really did seem to be the limit

    Kate Saunders, The Times
  • 'Sapphic sex, shoulder pads and Spandau Ballet . . . Too seductive a storyline to wait for the inevitable film

    Tatler
  • Shulman's well-executed debut is committed to portraying life in all its contradictory, chaotic, celebratory form. A novel both full of heart and comfortable in its own skin

    Observer
  • An impressive debut . . . the best-quality chick-lit available and a thoroughly enjoyable summer read

    Daily Express
  • A fun summer read . . . a page-turner, making me nostalgic for a time when youthful female friendships had to be worked at, face to face over a bottle of wine and some nasty pink taramasalata, rather than simply maintained with a few mouse clicks and a "share" button

    FT
  • An enjoyable romp back to a more flamboyant time

    Sunday Express

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