• Title: You Be Mother
  • Author: Meg Mason
  • ISBN: 9780730495338
  • Page: 355
  • Format: ebook
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    You Be Mother What do you do when you find the perfect family and it s not yours A charming funny and irresistible novel about families friendship and tiny little white lies The only thing Abi ever wanted was a
    What do you do, when you find the perfect family, and it s not yours A charming, funny and irresistible novel about families, friendship and tiny little white lies The only thing Abi ever wanted was a proper family So when she falls pregnant by an Australian exchange student in London, she cannot pack up her old life in Croydon fast enough, to start all over in Sydney aWhat do you do, when you find the perfect family, and it s not yours A charming, funny and irresistible novel about families, friendship and tiny little white lies The only thing Abi ever wanted was a proper family So when she falls pregnant by an Australian exchange student in London, she cannot pack up her old life in Croydon fast enough, to start all over in Sydney and make her own family It is not until she arrives, with three week old Jude in tow, that Abi realises Stu is not quite ready to be a father after all And he is the only person she knows in this hot, dazzling, confusing city, where the job of making friends is turning out to be harder than she thought That is, until she meets Phyllida, her wealthy, charming, imperious older neighbour, and they become almost like mother and daughter If only Abi had not told Phil that teeny tiny small lie, the very first day they met Imagine the warmth of Monica McInerney, the excruciating awkwardness of Offspring and the wit of Liane Moriarty, all rolled into one delightful, warm, funny and totally endearing novel about families the ones we have, and the ones we want and the stories we tell ourselves about them.

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    1. You Be Mother is a delightful, bittersweet book that left a certain warm and fuzzy feeling in its wake long after I finished reading it. There are too few of these types of books around, where you get sucked so deeply into the story that you wish it would never end. But to call it just a feel-good book would be doing it an injustice, because it is so much more than that. In Abi and Phil, Mason has created unforgettable characters that I would love to meet down at the local coffee shop for a cupp [...]

    2. **4.5 stars**This book was a delightful surprise. I had seen it around but always passed it up believing it to be too ‘light and fluffy’. Recently I had seen some good reviews about it and upon seeing it still available to request on Netgalley, I thought I’d give it a go. And I’m so glad I did.The first half was a gentle introduction to the characters. In London, Abi has become pregnant to her Australian boyfriend and he has now returned to home to complete his studies. All Abi has every [...]

    3. I loved this book, despite its many foibles. I wept at the end. Phil and Abi are two of the most likeable characters I've read.

    4. A fantastic book to finish the year on! I loved this and couldn't stop thinking about the characters. I cried a lot at the end <3

    5. A friend at work started reading You Be Mother by Meg Mason and couldn’t wait to tell me how good it was. So I decided I would dedicate my long weekend to reading this book – but it didn’t take even that long. I devoured over half this book on a rainy Sunday. Sure I had things to do, but I couldn’t tear myself away from this story. It really grows on you the more you read it. Initially, I thought it would be a romantic comedy (dare I say chick lit?) but it deals with more serious issues [...]

    6. A beautiful story and one I read quickly! I really enjoyed the emotions, confusion and questions about relationships that came with reading this book! Really enjoyed this one. :)

    7. It took me a while to get into this book and I wasn’t entirely sure if I wanted to keep going with it but I’m glad that I did. A big story of the joys and pitfalls of life. I didn’t really connect with any of the characters, but it was enjoyable to read some Australian references for a change.

    8. Relationships are complicated messes of feelings that can't be wiped up with a sponge or solved with a door slam. But they can fill a book and make you so very happy that you found them. You Be Mother is the loveliest book about family. Having one but enjoying someone else's more. Meg Mason delivers on this concept with all the best words placed in all the perfect places. This does not go unnoticed or seem to be requirement for all books. Each delightful chapter short and captivating. Every char [...]

    9. A deliciously gorgeous book with characters you wish you knew and can imagine knowing in real life. If I ever had the attention span and talent to write a novel I would want it to be this one (only if this actual one hadn't been written already, obviously).

    10. Perfect cosy holiday read! You Be Mother was an absolute delight! Mag Mason is my new go-to for cosy, witty, contemporary fiction. Her female characters are incredibly believable and loveable, especially Phil, the matriarch, who was equal parts posh, hilarious, warm and damaged. Imagine a woman with impeccable taste in interiors, always clad in swathes of linen, intelligent and quick but a little bit dotty She's simply divine. Equally as loveable is protagonist, Abi (who Phil refers to as Abigai [...]

    11. Another book I sat down and read in one go was Meg Mason’s delightful ‘You be Mother’. Living in London, Ali is pregnant to her boyfriend, Australian exchange student Stu. She moves to Sydney when her baby is only a few weeks old - but the welcome she receives from Stu and his mother is lukewarm at best. Her elegant neighbour widow Phyllida takes Ali and her baby under her wing and the two women become firm friends. Ali receives the attention and love she wanted from her own mother and Phy [...]

    12. This was gorgeous. It was an intimate, wonderfully observed account of a relationship between two women at difficult times in their lives. Mason's story-telling reminded me of the work of Curtis Sittenfeld - a favourite writer of mine. You Be Mother was achingly beautiful, sad and funny all at once. A joy.

    13. Loved this book. I did cry at the end. I'm struggling with the fact that Phil isn't real. Meg has a way of taking you on a journey that can be sad and funny all at the same time. Perfect holiday reading. Looking forward to the next book.

    14. An interesting and at times sad story about two women at different stages of their lives who find they both need each other. Some fun antics along the way as they struggle to find their place in the world.

    15. Missed the mark for me. Characters that annoyed (polly) characters that were shallow (abi) characters not developed (stu).The last bit was better, written with a bit more style.All a bit girly, beach read for me.

    16. This book grew on me the more I read it and by the end I was really enjoying it. It is a well written beautiful, warm and sad story about life, families and relationships.

    17. Readable. I mainly enjoyed the familiar landmarks of Sydney. Otherwise most characters were wholly unsympathetic

    18. Don't be tricked by the cover. This isn't chick lit or a light fluffy read, it's a beautifully crafted story of a young woman whose life is filled with trauma and sadness and hopefulness. I sobbed nearer the end and was quietly reminded that friendship and forgiveness and our families really are the key ingredients to a 'good enough' life. A delicate and poignant read.

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