Right, so I didn’t actually see Marian Keyes, nor do I have any reason to believe she has spots, but I did see someone reading one of her books. I can’t tell you which one though, as after more than a few glances, I was worried I might give the poor reader the creeps. And it wouldn’t really have mattered since I haven’t heard of her, nor read anything by her. But let’s pretend it was this one:
After doing a bit of research, it turns out Marian Keyes can probably be described as prolific without too much fear of contradiction. With titles like “Rachel’s Holiday” and “Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married,” I’m tempted to prejudge these books as something Bridget Jones would read on holiday. And 30 customers on Amazon have tagged this book as “Irish Chick-Lit” which I didn’t even know existed.
So Muni readers, are these books any good? Would reading this on the bus make you feel as if you were next to a pool perhaps?