Friday Nightss

Friday Nights

by Joanna Trollope

Arlene Almas: A group of unrelated London women, different from one another in all kinds of ways, forms around Eleanor, who is retired, unmarried and has no children. Eleanor has an uncanny knack for listening to people in a way that encourages them to tell her about their lives and concerns. Friendships form among the women in the group, along with the rivalries and conflicts that friendships often entail. The children, husband, boyfriend, and working lives of the women also play large roles in the story. It was easy to develop a strong interest in each of the individual women, Eleanor not least of all, and to look forward to seeing how their lives progress. If this type of story is your cup of tea, I think you will enjoy "Friday Nights" very much.
Rating: ****

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