The Baby Trail - Sinead Moriarty Reviews
Description:ISBN 1844880400 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sinead Moriarty / Paperback / 310 Pages / Book is published 2004-09-09 by Penguin
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by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
The Baby Trail is the first in a trilogy of books by Irish author Sinead Moriarty. In this book we meet Emma, who is trying for a baby with husband James. Emma had thought getting pregnant would be easy. She had it all worked out in her head - come off the pill at Christmas, be pregnant by January, have the baby in September and lose all the baby weight in time for next years Christmas parties. Simple. Well, unfortunately, life's not always that straightforward as Emma is about to find out... After months of trying for a baby, Emma is still not pregnant. It doesn't help that it seems many of her friends are currently pregnant or have young babies. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/09, updated on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 172 readings)
Just lately I seem to be stumbling across a number of wonderful Irish writers and I've just discovered another one - Sinead Moriarty! I have just read The Baby Trail which I believe was her first book and is also the first in a series about a young couple - Emma and James Hamilton - and their quest to have a baby. I found it was a brilliant read from cover to cover and it was the sort of book that I really did not want to put down. The subject matter is really quite sensitive as anyone who is trying for a baby will soon tell you. The book follows Emma's total obsession with wanting to have a baby - all the highs and lows although there are significantly more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Being a member of readitswapit.com I often find myself swopping books I have never even heard of and Sinead Moriarty was an author I can't remember ever hearing about let alone seeing one of her books about but I read the introduction and thought this would be an interesting read and I was right. In the first book of a three part series we meet Emma and James Hamilton a couple in their early thirties who have been married for just over a year and are now planning to introduce a baby into the equation. Emma is happy in her job role as a make-up artist and her husband is happy enough in his role of trainer for Leinster Rugby Squad. They both make the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
This is a review of the book "The Baby Trail" by Sinead Moriarty. I wasn't expecting it to be so good but it was that good I will definitely look out for other books by this author now! A bit about the storyline Emma is married with a lovely husband, great friends and family and her biological clock is ticking. She decides she wants a baby and that'll be right now please! Unfortunately, it turns out to be not that easy and as everyone around her is pregnant and popping out babies left, right and centre, it's just not happening for Emma. Numerous doctors, theories and tests later and her infertility is sending her crazy. Is it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09, updated on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
A book for when the biological clock starts ticking just a little bit louder. The Baby Trail is the first in a trilogy of books following Emma Hamilton; a perfectly normal married woman who faces problems trying to have a baby. Each book can be read on its own but all three together form a fantastic heart warming story which really doesn't follow the plot you would expect it to at all. *Emma* At the start of the book Emma is like any other woman who expects it to all be so easy; 'come off the pill in December, have sex, be pregnant in January, have the baby in September, get a personal trainer in for November and have my figure back and the baby in ... Read the complete review
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