AT LAST, SOMETHING WORTH STAYING IN FOR . . . THE LATEST NO. 1 BESTSELLER FROM MARIAN KEYES
'Magnificently messy lives, brilliantly untangled. Funny, tender and completely absorbing!' GRAHAM NORTON
'SUCH a treat. Like reading the cleverest cream cake of words' CAITLIN MORAN
MEET JESSIE, CARA AND NELL.
Married to brothers Johnny, Ed and Liam Casey.
Three very different women tied to three very different men.
Every family occasion is a party - until the day the secrets spill out.
PLAYTIME IS OVER.
BUT WHERE ARE THE GROWN-UPS?
Hilarious and painfully relatable, Grown Ups
is the perfect escape into someone else's wonderfully messy family.
This book has been printed with four different colour designs: blue, green, pink and orange. Covers are assigned to orders at random so we are unable to accept specific requests.
'Comic, convincing and true. Grown Ups
has an almost Austenesque insight into character. Keyes knows how to make serious issues relatable - and get a few grownup laughs, too' GUARDIAN
'Hilarious, alternately heartwarming and heartbreaking. I loved everything about it' DAILY MAIL
'You may have written the best book of your career' CHRIS EVANS, VIRGIN RADIO
'Superb. Warm-hearted, wise and highly entertaining' OBSERVER
'Keyes at her best: capturing everyday voices with humour and empathy with writing that you'll devour in a weekend. Just pure and simple joy' STYLIST
'I loved every word. I will be missing those gorgeous vibrant characters for many weeks to come' LIANE MORIARTY, bestselling author of Big Little Lies
'Messy, tangled complex humans who reminded me that few of us ever really sort our lives out at all' JOJO MOYES, bestselling author of Me Before You
'Her best yet. Charming, funny and poignant, but also profound, heartbreaking' NINA STIBBE, bestselling author of Reasons to be Cheerful Comic, convincing and true. Grown Ups
has an almost Austenesque insight into character. Keyes knows how to make serious issues relatable - and get a few grownup laughs, too * Guardian * Messy, tangled complex humans who reminded me that few of us ever really sort out our lives at all * Jojo Moyes * Magnificently messy lives, brilliantly untangled. Funny, tender and completely absorbing! * Graham Norton * I loved every word of Grown Ups
. I will be missing those gorgeous vibrant characters for many weeks to come. There should be a word to describe the sadness and satisfaction you feel when you read the last page of a Marian Keyes novel: the ending is perfect but you still want more, more, more * Liane Moriarty * I LOVED Grown Ups
so much. It's SUCH a treat. I felt like I was rolling in PURE JOY throughout. The cleverest cream cake of words * Caitlin Moran * You may have written the best book of your career * Chris Evans, Virgin Radio * Funny and moving, with an acute eye for family foibles * Ian Rankin, bestselling author of the John Rebus thrillers * It is charming, funny and poignant. But also profound, heartbreaking. If you already love Marian, this is her best yet. If you haven't read her, this is the one * Nina Stibbe * Marian Keyes shows superb skill at tackling tough themes in this tale of a clan with secrets. Grown Ups
is a warm-hearted, wise and highly entertaining portrayal of how families behave; and of the love and tolerance required to sustain our closest relationships * Hannah Beckerman, Observer * A novel that is warm and witty but never afraid to tackle the big stuff * Elizabeth Day, Mail on Sunday * Keyes at her best: capturing everyday voices with humour and empathy with writing that you'll devour in a weekend. Just pure and simple joy. * Stylist * A brilliant bunch of flawed individuals, all battling to understand themselves and those around them. Definitely worth devouring this year! What a treat * Giovanna Fletcher * Marian's chatty style pulls readers in with warmth, wit and high drama * The Sunday Times Online * Grown Ups
is big-hearted and entertaining, dark, funny and hugely empathetic * Daily Express * Her most ambitious work. Delightful, bursting with wit and compassion * iNews * Keyes's latest novel might just be her greatest . . . Subtle, sophisticated storytelling * Independent * This beauty of a book just took the crown as my new favourite Marian Keyes novel (and that is a HIGH bar). It's tender, hilarious, important, with characters who feel as real as your own family by the time you're done. I put it down and felt bereft * Beth O'Leary * A book that will make you laugh out loud, get choked up, and be very annoyed when you get to the end and have to say goodbye to all these characters. Marian's storytelling skills make you care deeply about each and every one of them * The Sun Online * Funny, thought-provoking and will get you right in the feels * Red * THIS BOOK. Reader, I LOVED it. Funny & thoughtful & such brilliantly drawn characters I am genuinely bereft that my time with them is over. And it tackles some REALLY important issues with immense sensitivity & insight * Hannah Beckerman * Rejoice! Marian's back with her best book yet! An absolutely brilliant story with a very powerful emotional punch * Best * At times heart-warming, at other times heartbreaking . . . This highly entertaining book is frustratingly hard to put down and can be easily devoured over a weekend * Daily Express * A new book from the witty Irish novelist. When Cara Casey suffers concussion, she starts spilling the secrets of her glamorous, talented family. All is not as it seems * The Times, Ones to watch in 2020 * Sensitive, funny, wonderful, immensely touching * Nigella Lawson * Immersive... I absolutely loved it! * Jill Mansell * Grown Ups
is perfection. Smart, dark, layered. Her best yet! * Gillian McAllister * Marian Keyes's gift for storytelling is utterly magnificent. I feel like I've met every single character in this book. I may even be a character in this book. Nobody nails chaotic families like Marian * Liz Nugent * She's only gone and done it again! I love Marian Keyes' books with a passion and now she's got a fabulous new one on the way! Brilliant as ever * Jane Fallon * It's a page-turner you won't be able to put down * The Sunday Post * Marian Keyes manages to wrap family dynamics, female angst, good jokes and serious stuff into a really appealing form * Woman's Own Magazine * Marian Keyes is back with a witty and dramatic story about the Caseys, a family who seem perfect on the surface but hold some big secrets between them. When one of them starts to spill the truth after suffering concussion, things start to unravel in hilarious ways * Good Housekeeping * Happy making with glorious wit * Helen Lederer * This has the ingredients of the best of Keyes: great characters, laughs and poignancy. Keyes brilliantly captures that feeling of never quite being a grown-up, no matter your age * Good Housekeeping * We've heard whispers that this could be the much-loved author's best novel yet * Cosmopolitan, 2020s Biggest Books * The irresistible tale of an enviably glamorous family forced to confront itself * Daily Mail, Top Picks of 2020 * Tackling the realities of modern-day consumerism, Keyes' new book Grown Ups
is the story of three brothers and their families written with her usual deft mix of witty storytelling and delicate touchpoint topics. It's brilliant so read it * Stylist * The queen of the classy comfort read returns with this warm, wise and witty family saga which asks what really lies behind the happiest of facades * i Paper, Books of 2020 * A family drama, where a concussion causes a spilling of secrets with amusing results * Irish Tatler, Top Picks of 2020 * A new Keyes is always cause for celebration. The wit and warmth of her words in her 14th novel tell the story of the Caseys, a supposedly perfect family, torn apart by a careless remark at a birthday party * Grazia, Ones to watch in 2020 * Marian Keyes is back and all is right with the world. No one mixes humour and heartbreak qui