Glass Houses | Paperback | By Melanie Murphy

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by Melanie Murphy | 05 May 2022

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Category: Contemporary Fiction

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Glass Houses by Melanie Murphy

Synopsis

Jenna Walker has suddenly found herself with no job, no boyfriend, nowhere to live - and she's been wondering for a while now if, apart from her beloved cat Bertie, she has anything to live for. She really doesn't want to turn up on her sister's doorstep but that feels like her only option...

Already stretched between her job and the demands of looking after their mother, Rosie is not happy about having yet another person to take care of. If only one thing in her life would work out the way she wants it to... When their grieving neighbour, a retired doctor, has the idea to start a mysterious community garden project, the sisters soon find themselves persuaded to get involved. And as they spend time working side by side, watching what they plant together grow and flourish, strange and wonderful things start to happen, things that will change their lives forever.

From the author of bestseller If Only, Glass Houses is a magical, uplifting novel about family, reconnection and learning not to take anything for granted.

Reviews

'A wonderfully empathetic exploration of human frailties and our capacity to heal ... brutally truthful and beautifully uplifting' Sophie White

'Moving, unexpected and compassionate' Louise O'Neill

'A heartfelt reminder of the importance of connection - to nature, to others, to ourselves' Calum McSwiggan

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