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The other side of the story / Marian Keyes.

By: Keyes, Marian [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Camberwell, Vic. : Michael Joseph, c2004Edition: 1st ed.Description: viii, 647 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0718146379 (pbk.); 0140295992; 9780140295993.Subject(s): Women -- England -- London -- Fiction | Female friendship -- Fiction | Women authors -- Fiction | Americans -- England -- Fiction | Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction | Parent and adult child -- Fiction | Literary agents -- Fiction | Single women -- Fiction
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Jojo Harvey is a literary agent whose star is on the rise. In love with both her married boss and her burgeoning career, not much distracts her. Until she finds herself representing two women who used to be best friends. <p>One of them, Gemma, has suddenly found herself from a broken home - at the age of thirty-two. Meanwhile, Lily - the woman Gemma has always blamed for stealing her one chance of happiness - is enjoying the overnight success of her debut novel.</p> <p>Set in the world of publishing, The Other Side of the Story is about love, loyalty, glass ceilings and survival tactic - and what to do when you get your chance for revenge.</p>

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Keyes portrays three distinctly individual women in an engaging, convoluted tale of love, revenge, loss, and the various sides of publishing. Gemma Hogan was once best friends with surprise best-selling author Lily Wright, who stole her boyfriend, and is represented by transplanted New York City cop-turned-literary agent Jojo Harvey. The former friends become competing writers as Keyes creates a roller coaster ride of their love lives and literary fortunes, treating the ups and downs with humor, imaginative fancy, and honesty. Jojo's sections add inside views of the publishing world as she tries to juggle career, an affair, and her authors' contracts. Terry Donnelly captures quite well Keyes's range of humor, from Gemma's witty despair to Lily's self-deprecating gloom. Recommended.-Joyce Kessel, Villa Maria Coll., Buffalo, NY (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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