Page /
100%

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

We use cookies on this site to enable certain parts of the site to function and to collect information about your use of the site so that we can improve our visitors’ experience.

For more on our cookies and changing your settings click here


Strictly Necessary


Analytics


Preferences & Features


Targeting / Advertising