In Marian Keyes' BESTSELLING Last Chance Saloon, three great friends discover that despite their best-laid plans, life can unravel in the most unexpected ways.
'Love is blind, there was no doubt about it. In Tara's case it was also deaf, dumb, dyslexic, had a bad hip and the beginnings of Alzheimer's . . .'
Tara, Katherine and Fintan have been best friends since they were teenagers. Now in their early thirties, they've been living it up in London for ten years. But what have they to show for a decade of hedonism?
Sure, Tara's got a boyfriend - but only because she's terrified of spending five minutes alone. Katherine, on the other hand, has a neatness fetish that won't let anyone too close to mess up her life. And Fintan? Well, he has everything. Until he learns that without your health, you've got nothing . . .
All three are drinking in the last chance saloon and they're about to discover that if you don't change your life, life has a way of changing you . . .
'An outstanding writer and chronicler of our times' Independent on Sunday
'Her writing is of the highest order. Someone should give this woman a Booker' Sunday Tribune
- Published 29th July 1999
- 624 Pages
- 134mm x 199mm x 39mm