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The Reunion

Joanne Fedler


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The Reunion


A hilarious and often thought-provoking novel about what it means to be a good parent, a good friend and a good person. What happens when a group of forty-something women head away for a weekend together, leaving behind husbands, teenage kids and their mothering chores? It's been a long time since Jo, Helen, Ereka and CJ became friends through a mothers' group, and some new faces have also been invited to their reunion. Over two days of eating and drinking, intimacies are shared, marriage and motherhood discussed, and friendships - both old and new - are tested. From the international bestselling author of SECRET MOTHERS' BUSINESS, this insightful novel examines how mothers face new challenges in their lives and change as their children grow up. It celebrates the fierce love between mothers and offspring, exploring what it means to be a good parent, a good friend and a good person - and how all love is ultimately about learning to let go.

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
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