SYNOPSIS At 66, Star Street in Dublin, someone is watching over the lives of the people living in its flats. But no one is aware of it – yet... One of them is ready to take the plunge and fall in love; another is torn between two very different lovers. For some, secrets they want to stay buried will come to light and for others, the unveiling of those secrets will have tragic consequences. Fate is on its way to Star Street, bringing with it love and tragedy, friendship and heartbreak, and the power to change their lives in the most unexpected of ways.
MY VIEW This book was so different to anything Marian has written before and has quite a feel of Cecelia Aherne about it. There are lots of people written about and it would ordinarily be a tad confusing but, this was well written as is the norm with Marian.
Now this is no Watermelon (nothing will ever compare to that!) and it was almost like I wasn't even reading a Marian book, there aren't as many funnies slipped in as in her other books the characters at first glance seem very normal but, the more you read the more you realise actually they are not that normal at all and rather complex I think Maeve and Matt are the two people this applies to the most and I loved reading about them the most.
It was fun, entertaining but, I hope Marian writes a book on the Walshes next I miss them :-)
My name is Clare, I am 37 and live in Kent with my husband, Adrian. We have no children but,have a little Cavalier King Charles Spaniel called Rosie and both work in London in the finance industry.
I am mad about books and have a huge collection at home, I especially love fantasy fiction but, will try anything once, and have a huge interest in spiritualism.
I have an immense passion for th Tudor era and will read anything and everything from fiction to non about this extremely fascinating era.