The Life You Want - Emily Barr Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755335597 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Emily Barr / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2009-03-05 by Headline Review
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The Life You Want is Emily Barr's eighth novel and the sequel to her first novel Backpack. Now I haven't actually read Backpack because I just couldn't get into it but I wanted to read The Life You Want so went ahead and read it anyway. We pick up with Tansy a decade after Backpack and find out she's married to Max and has two children Toby and Joe. In her opening sentence she tells us she thinks she's having a breakdown. Not only that but she drinks a lot, forgets to pick up her children and contemplates an affair with her son's teacher. To save herself she heads of to India by herself to help out Elly, an old friend. It seems, though, that Elly isn't all she ... Read the complete review
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