A Sandwich Short of a Picnic A warmly humorous novel about an engagingly vulnerable woman who belongs to the Sandwich Generation sandwiched between the demands of a career elderly parents teenagers and a marriage that is on the

  • Title: A Sandwich Short of a Picnic
  • Author: Felicity Price
  • ISBN: 9781869419493
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • A warmly humorous novel about an engagingly vulnerable woman who belongs to the Sandwich Generation sandwiched between the demands of a career, elderly parents, teenagers and a marriage that is on the skids Runing from one crisis to another, Penny Rush misses the signs that her husband is about to leave her for a sexy, younger woman and is left bouncing between shoeA warmly humorous novel about an engagingly vulnerable woman who belongs to the Sandwich Generation sandwiched between the demands of a career, elderly parents, teenagers and a marriage that is on the skids Runing from one crisis to another, Penny Rush misses the signs that her husband is about to leave her for a sexy, younger woman and is left bouncing between shoe shops and dreams of revenge But how far should she go And how will she find the time She has no time for work life balance, no time to read the manuals for coping with difficult teenagers and an increasingly dotty mother, and she especially has no time for breast cancer Yet there s nothing like the big C to help sort out what s really important When life hangs in the balance, decisions about whether to splurge on designer shoes, lose unwanted kilos or find a new fella suddenly don t seem so important any until he turns up, that is.The sequel to this book is Head Over Heels.

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    About “Felicity Price

    1. Felicity Price says:

      Felicity Price is the author of eight romance suspense novels featuring contemporary women Three also follow the hardships of women struggling to survive in the wild west of colonial New Zealand, showing their descendants how ghosts of the past can influence the future.Her two children, now adults starting families of their own, have provided a constant source of inspiration for the family situation of the fictional Penny Rush featured in four of the novels , who has recently become a grandma herself.Gone Tomorrow is Felicity s ninth novel and the fourth in the bestselling Penny Rush series originally published by Random House She is also the author of a regular online column on Stuff Lifestyle about the professional, social, physical and emotional joys and issues facing older women Felicity is also the author of three works of non fiction, including the biography of motorcycle icon John Britten All her life, Felicity has been a writer from doodling in notebooks at the back of science class to the demanding world of daily television, radio, print and magazine journalism Felicity has an MA in Creative Writing from the New Zealand Institute of Modern Letters and an MA Honours in English literature Other novels by Felicity Price A Jolt to the Heart, 2014 In Her Mothers Shoes, 2012 Head over Heels, 2010 A Sandwich Short of a Picnic, 2008 Split Time, 2006 Call of the Falcon, 2004 No Angel, 2002 Dancing in the Wilderness, 2001



    2 thoughts on “A Sandwich Short of a Picnic

    1. Not much to recommend it. The big question of 'does she have the big C' is rather spoiled by the blurb on the back of the jacket. Too many characters with several (eldest child and next door neighbour) serving no purpose whatsoever.

    2. OK, had hope for this book but it fell flat on reading. Didn't really connect with the main character Penny. Didn't really get her approach with her kids either. Did enjoy how it was set in NZ and not in an overbearing sense either.

    3. This book is as good as the first one in the series Split time. Funny and sad the author has really got inside the characters. Am so glad that she doesn't make the ending all light and fluffy which makes it more believable.

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