Woman Walks into a Bar - Rowan Coleman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099492288 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Rowan Coleman / Paperback / 128 Pages / Book is published 2006-03-02 by Arrow Books Ltd
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Pages: 128, Paperback, Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 149 readings)
It's safe to say this is definitely not the sort of thing I would usually go for, but I've been on a bit of a short story drive of late, and thought, 'Why not?' I have never heard of Rowan Coleman, but I imagined this to be along the similar lines of most 'chicklit' to give it a stereotypical genre of placement. The front cover did seem to suggest this as well. First of all, we're introduced to the main character in the story, 28 year old single mother Sam, and her various dating woes. A modern element sees her going on various dates via an internet dating service, with her two best friends and her twelve year old daughter offering their interminable advice. ... Read the complete review
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