I really liked this book...starts with the beginning of a friendship between 4 girls and follows them in life, including the strains their friendships experience. Highly recommend it, especially if you liked Noble's first book, The Reading Group. -Mirah W.
I absolutely adored this book. Tamsin, Sarah, Reagan, and Freddie have been friends for years. They affectionately call themselves the Tenko Club. The book highlights a little bit on how they met and focuses mostly on their present lives. Matthew, Sarah's husband, falls in love with Freddie. Reagan is in love with Matthew and tries to makes a pass at him on several occasions. The book sounds a bit like a soup opera but it transitions smoothly throughout everyones' lives. This was a really enjoyable book with a great ending.
This was a great read by the pool book, light, easy to follow and not too much depth so you can follow the storyline really easy. The characters were real enough to make you relate to each of them. A good on vacation, by the pool or just because read.
Although I enjoyed this book, it was a little heavier of a read than I had expected. I guess I was expecting more tales, and such of the friendships of the friends. It spent the majority of the time talking about one character's life (Freddie) and didn't delve too much into the other friends' lives. I would have liked to see more on the other friends...but maybe that means the author will write more books on each character?! Overall, it's a good read!
Another good book from Elizabeth Noble. This time it's about a group of college friends who swear to remain friends forever. They succeed in keeping in touch over the years but things gradually come to a head and their friendships are put to the test.
A truly enjoyable and believable story about a group of friends over the years. What I particularly enjoyed was that the story was well written and realistically portrayed, with drama but not melodrama.
Fun, easy read. Bounces around somewhat and has bad editing in areas. But overall I enjoyed the book. I read part of it back in December and then didn't pick it up until the end of March and had not trouble picking up right where I had left off.