If you're lost in love, you need The A-Z of Us, a novel that answers those age-old questions: Why can't a man and woman just be friends? Is it really a good idea to have sex with your best friend's sister? How do you tell your husband that you don't love him anymore? Ian thinks he has it all mapped out. He has a dream job as a travel writer and he's dating his dream woman. Everything seems to be on track ...until his best friend Gemma calls and he finds himself in unexplored territory, heading for a place where 'me' might just become 'us'. Gemma thinks she'll never need a map again. Not yet thirty, she's ended up in exactly the right place - just married, with a great career, and a fabulous almost-renovated house. But when she tells her husband she doesn't love him anymore, Gemma is forced to embark on a journey of the heart for which no maps have been written. The A-Z of Us is a heart-warming, funny and wise tale of the brave new world of relationships and what to do when the old maps no longer show us the way.
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Jim Keeble is the author of My Fat Brother, published by Penguin in 2003, and the author of the travel book Independence Day. He lives in East London with his wife and three fish. The A-Z of Us is his second novel.
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 141015128