Secrets to Happiness - Paperback
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|About the Author||Sarah Dunn has written for sitcoms from ‘Murphy Brown’ to ‘Spin City’ to ‘Bunheads’. In the early 00’s she left LA for New York to write her first novel, ‘The Big Love’, which has been translated into 23 languages. Today she’s the creator of ABC’s comedy hit ‘American Housewife’, and awaiting the publication of her third book, ‘The Arrangement’.|
|Author 1||Sarah Dunn|
|Editorial Review||A funny and insightful novel ... if Dunn is still best described as Bushnell crossed with another author, then this time around it's most definitely Jane Austen' DAILY MAIL 'A smart, heartwarmingly funny story about modern love in the city. Secrets to Happiness is brimming with Sarah Dunn's vivid characters and engaging voice and will linger long after you've finished the last page. I love this book' Emily Giffin, author of Sarah Dunn achieves what so many authors set out to do but so few manage: she captures the Zeitgeist. If you can imagine a cross between Candace Bushnell and Edith Wharton, that is Sarah Dunn' Toby Young, author of How to Lose Friends & Alienate People 'I love this book. I loved Sarah Dunn's last book. I can't wait for her next book. She is very funny, that's the first thing to say. But she is also deep, interesting and subtle. Her characters could be my friends and yet they utterly surprise me. She is Sarah Dunn's Secrets to Happiness zips along hilariously, fuelled by pitch-perfect dialogue. Secrets to Happiness is an antic urban comedy, with enough neurotic characters to fill the cast of a Woody Allen movie. It's great fun' Boston Globe '[Secrets to Happiness is] stocked with the staples of a great chick lit souffle - strong characters, oddball situations, razor-sharp writing. But [Sarah Dunn] mixes in extra ingredients like faith and spirituality that turn her books into a literary feas A clever twist on modern relationships, this is a humourous outlook on the lengths people will go to find happiness IRISH TATLER|
|Number of Pages||277|