The Importance of Being Aisling

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Aisling is 29. She’s living at home in Ballygobbard with her parents, communiting to her mid-level administrative job at Pensions Plus up in Dublin. She’s the only one who knows how to work the fax machine, always has paracetamol for her co-workers and is the queen of passive-aggressive notes about the state of the dishes in the kitchen. Aisling goes out every Saturday night with Majella, her very best friend and loyal confidante. Twice a week, Aisling spends the night at her boyfriend Generic John’s house. But Aisling wants more. She wants a ring on her finger. She wants to live with GJ. When a week in Tenerife with GJ doesn’t end with the expected engagement, Aisling presents him with an ultimatum.

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THE NO 1 IRISH BESTSELLER and hilarious follow-up to the smash-hit romantic comedy Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling – fans of Derry Girls will LOVE this

‘Should come with a health warning. Ten pages in my face hurts from grinning’ Sunday Independent
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Job. Flat. Boyfriend. Tick. Tick. Tick.

Just when Aisling (seems) to be winning at life, she discovers it has other ideas:

Fired. Homeless. Dumped. Tick. Tick. Tick.

As her new life comes crashing down, Aisling is forced to move back home to Ballygobbard and her mam.

Is this the end of the world?

Or might returning to her roots remind this small-town girl just what she’d lost in the big city?

WINNER OF POPULAR FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018 – Irish Book Awards

‘The Irish answer to Bridget Jones. It’s stuffed with laughs’ Daily Mail

‘Should come with a health warning. Ten pages in my face hurts from grinning’ Sunday Independent

‘You’ll be laughing out loud one minute and crying the next’ Heat

‘It’s like a hug in a book’ Buzzfeed

Additional information

Weight 0.266 kg
Dimensions 19.8 × 12.9 × 2.3 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

377

Language

English

Edition

1st paperback ed

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K

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