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The Flatshare

The Flatshare

THE SUNDAY TIMES TOP FIVE BESTSELLER

‘Set to become the romcom of the year – a Sleepless In Seattle for the 21st century’
Sunday Express

‘The new Jojo Moyes… This has all the ingredients of Me Before You
Cosmopolitan

‘Funny and winning… a Richard Curtis rom-com that also has its feet firmly planted in real life. A real treat’
Stylist

‘The last book to completely emotionally absorb me in this way was Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, and I think fans of that will adore this’
Daisy Buchanan

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Tiffy and Leon share a flat
Tiffy and Leon share a bed
Tiffy and Leon have never met…


Tiffy Moore needs a cheap flat, and fast. Leon Twomey works nights and needs cash. Their friends think they’re crazy, but it’s the perfect solution: Leon occupies the one-bed flat while Tiffy’s at work in the day, and she has the run of the place the rest of the time.

But with obsessive ex-boyfriends, demanding clients at work, wrongly imprisoned brothers and, of course, the fact that they still haven’t met yet, they’re about to discover that if you want the perfect home you need to throw the rulebook out the window…

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See what everyone is saying about The Flatshare, 2019’s hottest debut!

‘I devoured The Flatshare. Original, funny and touching. Read it’
Clare Mackintosh

‘One of the most talked about books of 2019… Fans of Jojo Moyes’s Me Before You will love this UpLit romcom’
Red Magazine

‘It’s fiction to make you feel good – endlessly enjoyable and brilliant fun’
Daily Express

‘In the league of Bridget Jones and Marian Keyes’ Walsh sister books’
Claire Allan

‘Funny, emotional and uplifting’
Sun

‘A quirky, feelgood read, bursting with character and warmth’
Prima

‘The Flatshare is a huge, heartwarming triumph’
Josie Silver

‘Uproariously funny with characters you fall for from the first page’
Woman & Home

‘Deliciously funny and truly uplifting’
Lucy Diamond

‘Touching, funny and skilful, a delightful read’
Katie Fforde

‘It’s funny and charming but there are moments of real poignancy, too. Guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face’
Good Housekeeping

‘Heartwarming and brilliant’
Closer

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 10th April 2019

Price: £12.99

ISBN-13: 9781787474390

Reviews

Incredibly uplifting and joyous. I spent the last few hours with a massive smile on my face. I have fallen head over heels in love with Tiffy and Leon, and indeed with this book
Louise O'Neill
A sweet, funny, beautifully written romance
Maddie Dawson
A gorgeously written, highly original love story
Phoebe Morgan
This will be THE heart-warming summer read of 2019
Laura Jane Williams
Whip-smart and joyful, an original, delightful and thoroughly engaging love story
Rowan Coleman
Deliciously funny and truly uplifting, this is a heartwarming story of friendship, love and starting over
Lucy Diamond
In the league of Bridget Jones and Marian Keyes' Walsh sister books... Fresh, funny and feel-good... the perfect antidote to any bad day
Claire Allan
The new Jojo Moyes ... This has all the ingredients of Me Before You
Cosmopolitan
A beautiful, hope-filled, joyful triumph of a book
Cressida McLaughlin
Breaks your heart AND puts it back together
Catherine Ryan Howard
Touching, funny and skilful, a delightful read
Katie Fforde
An utterly magical read!
Lauren North
The Flatshare is original, charming, warm and properly funny. I loved it
Keris Stainton
Utterly charming... a Richard Curtis rom-com that also has its feet firmly planted in real life... above all else, it's funny and winning
Stylist
Charming
Sun
Funny, emotional and uplifting ... you'll devour this well-written debut
Sun
A fresh, funny, quirky feelgood read with real heart
Mike Gayle
I loved the way various strands of Tiffy and Leon's lives were crocheted together ... A warm, colourful, unique story and a thoroughly enjoyable read
Sarah Haywood
The Flatshare is a huge, heartwarming triumph
Josie Silver, author of One Day in December
It's funny and charming but there are moments of real poignancy, too. Guaranteed to leave you with a smile on your face
Good Housekeeping
A quirky, feelgood read, bursting with character and warmth
Prima
One of the most talked about books of 2019... Fans of Jojo Moyes's Me Before You will love this UpLit romcom
Red Magazine
Set to become the romcom of the year with its loveable characters, comic situations and deeply satisfying love story - a Sleepless In Seattle for the 21st century
Sunday Express
This wee smasher is up-lit/romcom at its best
Sunday Post
Uproariously funny with characters you fall for from the first page
Woman & Home
The last book to completely emotionally absorb me in this way was Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, and I think fans of that will adore this. . . addictively readable
Daisy Buchanan, Brides Magazine
An inspired premise... Much Up Lit, often characterised by infantilising whimsy and pat resolutions, raises this reviewer's hackles. The zesty Flatshare, however, proves a tonic
Sunday Times
There's no denying the sparky charm of this rather quirky love story
Sunday Mirror
Funny and uplifting... a heart-warming story of friendship and love. The smart, original writing makes for a compelling, emotionally intelligent and thoughtful book about love. It's fiction to make you feel good - endlessly enjoyable and brilliant fun
Daily Express
I couldn't get enough of Tiffy and Leon in this funny and uplifting tale
Sun
A heart-warming read
i newspaper
Cheer up your commute
Grazia
Heartwarming and brilliant
Closer
An unashamed romantic comedy, this is a delight, with two main characters you can't help rooting for
Heat
This book covers some heavy subjects, yet it leaves you feeling joyful. A fantastic debut!
Women’s Weekly
Heartwarming
Bella
A charming and hugely promising debut
Irish Independent
Leaves you feeling utterly joyful. A unique premise and a fantastic debut
Woman's Own
Beth O'Leary's first novel is feel-good fiction at its best
Independent
A boy-shouldn't-meet-girl screwball comedy with an ingenious premise
Sunday Times Culture
Perfect holiday reading
Irish Examiner