Friends Like These

Friends Like These

Wendy Harmer / Mar 02, 2021

Friends Like These Greed fraud betrayal and resurrection this is a search for something to believe in A search that takes us to a baby naming a same sex wedding and a funeral all performed by Jo Blanchard newly trai

  • Title: Friends Like These
  • Author: Wendy Harmer
  • ISBN: 9781741751666
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • Greed, fraud, betrayal and resurrection this is a search for something to believe in A search that takes us to a baby naming, a same sex wedding and a funeral all performed by Jo Blanchard, newly trained civil celebrant.Jo recently single, 45 year old mother of two is the former deputy headmistress of Sydney s most exclusive private girls school Darling Point LadGreed, fraud, betrayal and resurrection this is a search for something to believe in A search that takes us to a baby naming, a same sex wedding and a funeral all performed by Jo Blanchard, newly trained civil celebrant.Jo recently single, 45 year old mother of two is the former deputy headmistress of Sydney s most exclusive private girls school Darling Point Ladies College A year ago she was forced to abandon her post in a scandal that had all the social set talking In fact, they re still talking.Jo is moving on but with friends like hers, maybe leaving them behind is her only option.

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      • Wendy Harmer

        Wendy Harmer is an Australian author, writer, radio show host and comedienne A former political journalist, Wendy is the author of seven books for adults It s a Joke, Joyce 1989 , Backstage Pass 1991 , Love Gone Wrong 1995 , So anyway Wendy s words of wisdom 1997 a collection of her weekly columns from The Sydney Morning Herald s Good Weekend Magazine , Farewell My Ovaries 2005 , Nagging for Beginners 2006 , Love and Punishment 2006 , and Roadside Sisters published in April 2009.Harmer s books have been described as being in the genre of Chick lit They are popular light novels and very humorous.Wendy Harmer has also written a series for young readers called the Pearlie in the Park They are bestsellers in Australia and have been published in ten countries around the world The animated Pearlie series has screened on Australian TV.I Lost My Mobile at the Mall 2009 is Wendy s first novel for teens.She has written for numerous Australian magazines and has been a contributing columnist for Australian Women s Weekly, New Weekly, The Good Weekend and HQ.Wendy contributed to Marie Claire s What Women Want in 2002, My Sporting Hero edited by Greg Gowden which was published by Random House Australia and a volume of The Best Ever Sports Writing 200 Years of Sport Writing She also wrote the libretto for Baz Luhrmann s Opera Australia production of Lake Lost.


    458 Comments




    1. Australian StoryA story that drew you in made you part of the story you could picture the places the people enjoyable


    2. Jo Blanchard is rebuilding her life after she discovers her husband of many years has been having an affair. Having embarrassed his partner's mistress at a prominent school function Jo embarks on a new career as a marriage celebrant. There were parts of the book that were funny but they were few and far between. There were plenty of characters in the book and they all had their own quirks. Yet the characters seem to never stray from type and there needed to be some character development. Jo spen [...]


    3. Just couldn't finish this book. The main reason was that I just didn't like the main character. Perservered for as long as I could stand, but in the end just put it aside. Usually enjoy Harmer's writing style, but I've found her last couple of books difficult to finish for the same reason.


    4. Couldn't finish this one. It did not 'grab me' I also didn't care enough about the characters.Seemed rather trite sorry Wendy. I have enjoyed others of hers, also listening to her on ABC 702 and I like what she is doing online with Th Hoopla.


    5. I was tempted on many occasions to put this aside and not finish it but pursued and it got a little better about halfway through but only a little. I would not recommend this book.



    6. Not really for me, I'm afraid. The characters were not likable or interesting to me and the setting not familiar enough to get me through and I abandoned it unfinished.



    7. Sadly, I'm sure I've met some of these peopleor rather know someone who knows someone whose told me about them. A particular part of Sydney indeed. Enjoyed the read.




    8. Very fluffy and "froo froo" with a disappointing ending. Lots of characters that were unpleasant and not enough depth to hold the interest. Not terrible but not great.


    9. A jolly holiday read for me this year - some spot-on humour, not surprising from Wendy Harmer and always good to be introduced to some contemporary Australian characters


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