Really Good, Actually by Monica Heisey Book Review

A hilarious and painfully relatable debut novel approximately one lady’s messy search for joy and that means within the wake of an sudden breakup, from comic, essayist, and award-prevailing screenwriter Monica Heisey

Maggie is quality. She’s doing definitely accurate, honestly. Sure, she’s broke, her graduate thesis on some thing obscure goes nowhere, and her marriage handiest lasted 608 days, however at the ripe antique age of twenty-nine, Maggie is decided to embody her new lifestyles as a Surprisingly Young Divorcée™.

Now she has time to take in 9 pursuits, devour hamburgers at 4 am, and “get again out there” intercourse-clever. With the assist of her difficult-loving academic guide, Merris; her newly divorced buddy, Amy; and her organization chat (naturally), Maggie barrels thru her first yr of single lifestyles, intermittently dating, now and again waking up on the floor and asking herself hard questions along the manner.

Laugh-out-loud humorous and full of sharp observations, Really Good, Actually is a soft and bittersweet comedy that lays bare the uncertainties of present day love, friendship, and our look for that issue we love to call “happiness”. This is a great debut from an unforgettable new voice in fiction.

This Edition

Format: 370 pages, Hardcover
Published: January 17, 2023 by William Morrow
ISBN: 9780063235410 (ISBN10: 0063235412)
Language: English

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