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Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married

by Marian Keyes

Her flatmates panic! What is going to happen to their blissful existence of eating take-away, drinking too much wine, bringing men home, and never vacuuming? Lucy reassures her friends that she’s far too busy arguing with her mother and taking care of her irresponsible father to get married. And then there’s the small matter of not even having a boyfriend.

But then Lucy meets gorgeous, unreliable Gus. Could he be the future Mr Lucy Sullivan? Or could it be handsome Chuck? Or Daniel, the world’s biggest flirt? Or even cute Jed, the new guy at work? But will she find her soulmate?


“Her books are so fabulously brilliant”  Heat

“Keyes’ charm lies in the fact that she writes about people like us”  Independent

“A writer who pips Maeve Binchy in Irish bestseller lists, Marian Keyes is chick-lit’s class act”  Independent

“Keyes has taken over Binchy’s crown as the ‘Queen of Irish Fiction'”  Irish Independent

“Keyes’ tale is both hilarious and suspenseful, and so warmly told it feels just like comfy girltalk with a cherished friend”  Booklist

“It belongs to the smart gossip-with-girlfriends genre…”  Financial Times

“Throughout, the effervescent narrative is fuelled by witty repartee… Fans of Bridget Jones will be delighted” – Publishers Weekly

“With brilliant characterisations and sparkling, witty dialogue, Marian Keyes has created an upbeat, wonderfully observed slice of what it is like to live in London, work in a dead end job and hope each Friday night that Mr Right will come along”  Irish News


01 January, 1996

About Marian Keyes

Marian Keyes is the international bestselling author of WatermelonLucy Sullivan is Getting MarriedRachel's HolidayLast Chance SaloonSushi for BeginnersAngelsThe Other Side of the StoryAnybody Out There, This Charming Man, The Brightest Star in the Sky, The Mystery of Mercy Close and The Woman Who Stole My Life. She has also published two collections of journalism, Under the Duvet and Further Under the Duvet and Saved by Cake, an extremely honest account of her battle with depression and how baking helped her. Marian lives in Dublin with her husband.


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