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Really Good, Actually

Fiction, General Fiction
Paperback Published on: 28/09/2023
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Really Good, Actually
The perfect read for a sarcastic millennial
This really isn’t my usual kind of book, but I picked it up as it’s our book of the month for October ‘23 and felt I had to read it if I was to authentical... READ MORE
Kerry at Farnham
Really Good, Actually
An easy, light-hearted read
Essentially you watch a woman fall apart after her separation from her husband and try to figure out how to live as a single person and make an absolute ha... READ MORE
Sarah Baddeley
Really Good, Actually
Hilarious and heartbreaking
This book is genius! I have never laughed so much at a book before and enjoyed the remarkable sense of humour that the author and protagonist had. ‘Really ... READ MORE
Sophie Baker

Synopsis

I feel like when you get a divorce everyone's wondering how you ruined it all, what made you so unbearable to be with. If your husband dies, at least people feel bad for you. Maggie's marriage has ended just 608 days after it started, but she's fine - she's doing really good, actually. Sure, she's alone for the first time in her life, can't afford her rent and her obscure PhD is going nowhere . . . but at the age of twenty-nine, Maggie is determined to embrace her new status as a Surprisingly Young Divorcee (TM). Soon she's taking up 'sadness hobbies' and getting back out there, sex-wise, oversharing in the group chat and drinking with her high-intensity new divorced friend Amy. As Maggie throws herself headlong into the chaos of her first year of divorce, she finds herself questioning everything, including: Why do we still get married? Did I fail before I even got started? How many Night Burgers until I'm happy?

  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780008511760
  • Number of pages: 384
  • Weight: 340g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 29 mm

Customer Reviews

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Really Good, Actually
It didn't make me laugh - sorry
I was told this book was hilarious... sadly it didn't make me laugh. It was in fact rather sad in places as we deal with a broken relationship.
Fiona Sharp
Really Good, Actually
Actually, pretty good
I had this book as a bit of a pallette cleanser and it was brilliant! Upbeat and alarmingly relatable!
Lauren Seager
Really Good, Actually
A very amusing and original read
Monica Heisey has an incredible attention to detail that conveys delightfully into this book. It is fabulously written with near constant humour despite th... READ MORE
Phoebe T
Really Good, Actually
Difficult to enjoy
I was told this book was hilarious and similar to a popular TV series that I like. It wasn't at all. I'm sorry to say, there weren't many parts that I foun... READ MORE
Alice Blackwell