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MEGHANN FOYE

 

Meternity (2016)

 

After breaking up with her boyfriend of four years, Lizzie Buckley finds herself single and working as an editor for a glossy baby magazine in New York. Because she doesn’t have a family, she is the one who stays late at the office while the other editors run home to their families. So when her colleagues mistakenly think she is pregnant, she doesn’t correct them. She suddenly finds herself the centre of attention and while juggling fake bumps and doctor appointments, she also seems to find the right man. Although at the beginning of the book I didn’t like Lizzie (she seems selfish and self-centred) as I kept reading she started to grow on me and in the end I liked the person she becomes. A hilarious and enjoyable book that has drummed up plenty of controversy on talk shows, I couldn’t wait to find out how it would end. (NP) 7/10

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