I just finished Marian Keyes' new book "Anybody Out There?" I had no idea what it was about; all I knew is it was by Marian Keyes, and that was good enough for me. (I have forgiven her for "The Other Side Of The Story," a contrived mess that I gave up on after about five chapters.)
I'm not going to give the story away. I will say that it focuses on yet another of the Walsh sisters, Anna this time. The story is touching and funny and the more I get to know the Walshes, the more I love them. In fact, I even grew to like Helen in this book, and I couldn't stand her before.
Whether or not you're a Marian Keyes fan, I encourage you to pick the book up and read it. You won't be sorry.