Title: The Importance of Being Aisling
Authors: Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen
You can take the small-town girl out of the big city – but can you take the big city out of the girl?
Job. Flat. Boyfriend. Tick. Tick. Tick.
Aisling (seems) to be winning at life. But life has other ideas.
Fired. Homeless. Dumped. Tick. Tick. Tick.
When everything comes crashing down around her, moving back in with her mam seems like a disaster.
But might returning to her roots provide the answers Aisling’s looking for?
The Importance of Being Aisling is a welcome return to the world of Aisling and friends, as she deals with some significant life changes and plenty of other challenges thrown at her. I don’t want to give too much away, but there are some hilarious moments (as always with Aisling) and some slightly more emotional parts than the last book, as well.
I love Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen’s writing in this series; the characters are just brilliant (and if you have Irish family, friends or similar, I’ve no doubt that you’d find it even more entertaining, as I’m sure many of the references would resonate more with you) and the storyline is entertaining, fun and at times very comical. Some parts are silly but it’s great fun to read, and Aisling is a brilliantly entertaining character and one I’d happily read more about, so here’s hoping there’s many more books to come in this series!
Many thanks to Penguin for providing a copy of this book on which I chose to write an honest and unbiased review.