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by Monica McInerney

eBook Spin the Bottle epub
  • ISBN: 0330507435
  • Author: Monica McInerney
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pan Publishing; Unabridged edition edition (October 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 479 pages
  • ePUB size: 1565 kb
  • FB2 size 1556 kb
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MONICA MCINERNEY grew up in a family of seven children in the Clare Valley wine region of South Australia. She has worked in children’s television, arts marketing, the music industry, public relations and book publishing and lived all around Australia, and in Ireland and England

MONICA MCINERNEY grew up in a family of seven children in the Clare Valley wine region of South Australia. She has worked in children’s television, arts marketing, the music industry, public relations and book publishing and lived all around Australia, and in Ireland and England. She is the author of five previous novels, including, most recently, The Alphabet Sisters and Family Baggage, which were international bestsellers and have been published in translation in Europe.

Spin the Bottle (2003). Alphabet Sisters (2004). Family Baggage (2005).

Monica McInerney is a best-selling Australian-born, Dublin-based writer. McInerney's 2008 collection of short stories, All Together Now, was shortlisted for General Fiction Book of the Year in the 2009 Australian Book Industry Awards. Hobart's Mercury newspaper described the collection as: "stories that will edify and bring a tear to the eye as well. Yes, this can be from laughter at McInerney’s sense of fun and playfulness, but also in the tender observations she makes of the frailty of love and life. Spin the Bottle (2003).

Things go into a spin when she is wrenched from her life in Melbourne to run a B&B in Ireland for a year. Bed-and-breakfast quickly tumbles into bed-and-bedlam, especially when a reunion with childhood friend Rohan Hartigan sparks an unexpected romantic dilemma

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MONICA McINERNEY grew up in a family of seven children in the Clare Valley wine region of South Australia, where her father was the railway stationmaster. She is the author of six bestselling novels, A Taste for It, Upside Down Inside Out, Spin the Bottle, The Alphabet Sisters, Family Baggage and Those Faraday Girls, published internationally and in translation. In 2006 she was ambassador for the Australian Government initiative Books Alive, with her novella Odd One Out. She currently lives in Dublin with her Irish husband. For more information please visit.

McInerney's story and plot resonate with a Maeve Binchy kind of generosity of spirit. I was therefore very disappointed to find that it was an earlier book called Spin the Bottle, which I had already read

McInerney's story and plot resonate with a Maeve Binchy kind of generosity of spirit. McInerney uses richly drawn characters, witty dialogue, and the beauty of the Irish countryside to tell the story of a woman-in-control made to let go and let things happen, thus allowing her to rediscover her heritage and her own true passions. I was therefore very disappointed to find that it was an earlier book called Spin the Bottle, which I had already read.

Since then Monica has lived all around Australia (in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart) in Ireland (in County Meath and Dublin) and in London and also travelled widely.

Spin the Bottle audiobook written by Monica McInerney. Narrated by Melissa Eccleston. No monthly commitment

Spin the Bottle audiobook written by Monica McInerney. No monthly commitment. Listen online or offline with Android, iOS, web, Chromecast, and Google Assistant. Things go into a spin when she is wrenched from her life in Melbourne to run a B&B in Ireland for a year. Bed-and-breakfast quickly tumbles into bed-and-bedlam, especially when a reunion with childhood friend Rohan Hartigan sparks an unexpected romantic dilemma.

Spin The Bottle book.

MONICA MCINERNEY grew up in a family of seven children in the Clare Valley wine region of South Australia. She has worked in children's television, arts marketing, the music industry, public relations and book publishing and lived all around Australia, and in Ireland and England

MONICA MCINERNEY grew up in a family of seven children in the Clare Valley wine region of South Australia. She has worked in children's television, arts marketing, the music industry, public relations and book publishing and lived all around Australia, and in Ireland and England.

Lainey Byrne is a woman in control, juggling a hectic job, her boyfriend Adam and a family with more than its fair share of dramas. Things go into a spin when she is wrenched from her life in Melbourne to run a B&B in Ireland for a year. Bed-and-breakfast quickly tumbles into bed-and-bedlam, especially when a reunion with childhood friend Rohan Hartigan sparks an unexpected romantic dilemma. Meanwhile, back in Australia, her father's taken to his bed, her mother's up the walls, her three brothers are running amok - and as for Adam ... It's going to take more than a game of spin the bottle to sort this one out!
Comments: (7)
Silverbrew
Every book by this author is excellent without exception.
Sha
I was very excited to receive this book and then completely let down when I read it. It is definitely not the author's best. I thought the characters were very flat and undeveloped and there was no chemistry between any of them. I usually enjoy seeing characters from previous books pop up in later ones, but this book just didn't do it for me. I've read all of Ms. McInerney's books and think that Farraday Girls is by far her best. Save your money and get this from the library.
Blackbeard
I love the story of a woman doing everything she can to keep her family's needs coming first and then learning that she doesn't need to be in control of everything, that taking risks and letting go can be liberating.

I think mostly women would like this light, easy paced story. It's a good one for people who don't want to have to think too much. I like the look at issues regarding the elderly, at the insurance system in Melbourne, at depression, at women on equal footing with men, at driven career women.
Darkshaper
Lovely to read the Lainey love story after being introduced to her in "Upside down Inside out". It takes some months in unusual circumstances in Ireland, to wind down from her AAA lifestyle in Australia, and some honest conversations with those she loves, before Lainey is able to consciously unspin her controlling ways and relax, and let those she loves speak up and step up; and for her to realise that love does not have to be driven by drama.
Ariseym
Its the 3rd Monica McInerney book I've read, and I was hesitant to start. However Im so glad I did, as it's different to the last 2.
An Irish family of parents and 4 siblings often bicker, just as most families do; however the way this book is written, makes all the family spats quite jovial. I found myself laughing with them and other times I was nearly in tears.
Monicas words are as clear as pictures at times, and I enjoyed the lush green Irish hills; the vivid colours the B & B was to be painted with; and the many colours of the produce at the local delicatessan.
Agrainel
Enjoyable, engaging story. Story line a bit flimsy in parts but still worth a read.
Silly Dog
I loved this book, having just read 'Upside down and inside out' I already knew the charactors in the story. Monica McInerney at her best..
Love Monica McInerney's writing.
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