The friendship between three schoolgirls, intense and inter-dependent as a blood-tie, has consequences for the rest of their lives. As adults their lives diverge, but one thing never changes, when one of them hits trouble, the others come to her aid....
|Title||:||Tell Mrs Poole I'm Sorry|
|Format Type||:||Unknown Binding|
|Number of Pages||:||416 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Tell Mrs Poole I'm Sorry Reviews
Delicious story telling from a so under-rated author.
Three 11-year-old girls from very different backgrounds become close friends. As they grow up and become adults, they continue to be close. The 'present-day' part of the story involves a crisis for one of them, and a planned get-together with the other two, which happens later in the book. The past is revealed in cleverly written flashbacks, which form the bulk of the story, and we gradually discover why the current crisis is causing such immense stress, and where the title of the book comes from. The central event, when it happens, is sensitively written and somehow manages to avoid being sordid.Recommended if you like women's fiction with well-rounded characters and a hard-hitting storyline.
I like this story aboout houswives.