Girls' Night In

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  • Title: Girls' Night In
  • Author: Jessica Adams Fiona Walker Chris Manby
  • ISBN: 9780140277265
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
Girls' Night In

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About “Jessica Adams Fiona Walker Chris Manby

  • Jessica Adams Fiona Walker Chris Manby

    Jessica Adams is the astrologer for Vogue magazine in Australia, and B magazine in the UK and the author of Handbag Horoscopes and The New Astrology For Women She lives between England and Australia, and her novels include Single White E Mail, Tom, Dick and Debbie Harry and I m A Believer She is the co editor of Girls Night In, Girls Night Out Boys Night In, and Big Night Out These have raised over half a million pounds for War Child, the charity of which Jessica is also a trustee and patron.



589 thoughts on “Girls' Night In



  • I found this book in the common bookshelf of my vacation resort I thought it d be a light, um trashy read perfect for the beach, sun and reading with friends similarly engaged around you I read most of it around 35 40 authors contributed to this book and I must have read around 20 well over 400 pages, IIRC but while it had its up moments, a lot of the stories were rather sad and depressing and not the fluffy, cheerful reads I had in mind Would not recommend if in mood for light romance but would [...]


  • I can remember reading the first first Girls Night In release when I was at university and living on 2 minute noodles and peanut butter on toast My nan had bought it and then decided it wasn t really for her she s not keen on short stories, I think she was swayed by the wonderful line up of names She passed it on to me and my house mate Claire and I ended up both reading it She was a reader too, one of my few reading friends and during the time we lived together almost 3 years, 2 years in a dorm [...]


  • I ve had the second Girls Night In for years, and so picked this up when I found it To be honest, I think they started to get the hang of it with the second one, which has much variety than this compilation I was starting to wonder how many ways you could tell the jilted lover all men are bastards finding true love story Not that any of them are poorly written particularly, just this is a big book with limited variety A good one to do into occasionally, rather than read cover to cover.


  • Although a rather fat book, the money goes to charity so that s good Took me a little while to read but as it is a collection of short stories it was easy to pick up and put down and pick up again Some of the stories didn t grab me, others did Is mainly though aimed at women rather than men and teens but that is who the book is aimed at Loads of funny, sad and interesting quirky stories by some famous others rather unknown authors I have some of the other books in the series and am looking at si [...]


  • I loved these anthologies and would eagerly await the new one each year.It s so great to have some of your favorite writers exploring short form work and creating contained stories I particularly liked Jessica Adams addition Good fun short stories, perfect if you wanna read a little before bed, but get annoyed at getting sucked into a page turner that keeps you up Just limit yourself to one story a night though


  • A good collection of Short Stories by some talented authors I was however disappointed with this collection, as I didn t think it was good as it could have been It is however a perfect read for the beach although it is a little bulky in size or a bus or train journey.


  • This book is the 3rd in the series called Big Night Out The authors are the usual Girl s Night In suspects, plus heaps of celebrates rock stars such as Bob Geldof, Jamie Oliver, Donna Hay, Maggie Beer many many Will start reading it sooon


  • I was so excited to start reading but I got about 10 stories in and felt frustrated Short stories end suddenly OR leave you wondering where the rest of the book was One way of knowing that I prefer a whole book.


  • Very boring and unenjoyble stories Even though I have read some of these authors before, their short stories in this book were not up to their usual standard I have not read one of these Girls Night In books before and won t worry about reading one again.


  • I really liked some of these stories, while others didn t do much for me as it often goes with short story collections Overall it was a pleasant book, good for some bedtime reading, but without a wow factor that would have led me to give it higher stars.


  • short stories not always with a happy endingssome were goodsome were weirdoverall entertaining but not riveting





  • I think this is the one I picked up in Australia Larger than the American one A couple of stories overlap, but a good read.


  • Some entertaining stories, but some were very average Wondering whether that s a reflection on the usual work of some of these authors



  • Heartwarming, unique short stories with star authors Marian Keyes, Sheila O Flanagan, Adele Parks, Melanie La Brooy, Kathy Lette and that each take you on a journey.




  • I was on holiday in Portugal and it was left in the villa so I picked it up and read it Perfect holiday read for by the pool, as some stories really made me chuckle.


  • Some great stories, a couple that I skipped cos they were pretty ordinary IMO Great intro to some authors I hadn t read before


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