Exits and Entrances

I confess to being addicted to Ms Hayes’ writing, and I’m delighted to say her new release has done the impossible – exceeded all the brilliant novels that came before.

The sixties and seventies come to vivid life, and three teenage girls are drawn together by – wait for it – their differences. They grow up in a period of swift change in attitudes to sexuality, politics, and violence – everything from still-legal marital rape to the shooting of JFK.

Cordelia is the dreamer who goes to India to “find herself”, but what does she find? Surely a First from Cambridge University will please Beatrice’s family, but does she get one? Rosalind is one of twins, and her charismatic twin is trouble!

I recommend Exits and Entrances to readers who enjoy literary fiction, family sagas, romance – anybody willing to lose themselves in a good story that leaves them satisfied whilst looking forward to the sequel.

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4 thoughts on “Exits and Entrances”

  1. A great review and it highlights a book which will now be added to my TBR. I’m a fan of both Lesley Hayes and Sarah Stuart, so if one recommends the other … what more can I say? .:)

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  2. What a great review, Sarah! It was a challenging novel to write – as will the next two books in the trilogy. You’ve perfectly summed up the flavour of the book without revealing the main course! I’m so pleased that you enjoyed it.

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