Beth O'Leary is that rare, one-in-a-million talent who can make you laugh, swoon, cry and ache all in the same book and The No-Show is her most moving yet. O'Leary's wit, charm and heart are on full, fantastic display in this cosy, surprising and deeply satisfying novel. I couldn't possibly love it more
Fresh, clever and superbly plotted, The No-Show will sweep you up, break your heart and put it all back together again. A triumph
Perfect escapism: romantic and uplifting with a twist you won't see coming
Beth O'Leary crafts novels with such wit, heart and truth. The No-Show is an ingenious, heartwarming and romantic story with great depths amid the humour and lightness
This is a genius of a book! The kind of book you want all your friends to read so that you can talk about it non-stop. Trust me, you'll be buzzing long after you've read the final page
Beth O'Leary writes a brilliant, multilayered, romantic stunner with a poignant twist that you won't see coming. You won't be able to put this down
I found this to be the most emotionally written of Beth's books, one that leaves an impact on your mind. I cannot recommend it enough; it is bursting with feeling
As joyful as it is difficult, as friendly as it is unexpected, The No-Show makes a compelling case for complexity
With this clever romance, The Flatshare author is back at her best . . . I really enjoyed this bittersweet, heartwarming read
Three love stories in one, told in delicate, beautiful layers, this is such a clever, finely woven sweet and heart-rending story that I found myself utterly enchanted by!
Super-clever and super-readable, this brilliant book is going to be a massive hit
I raced through it
Her fourth book is another gripping page-turner but with a more ambitious concept than her earlier novels . . . A superb rom-com with a heart wrenching twist
Beth O'Leary's latest novel opens with three women - Siobhan, Miranda and Jane - who have all been stood up on Valentine's Day by the same man. The question is, why? The trio try to work out what has happened to the elusive Joseph Carter - and their willingness to forgive him at first feels frustrating. But as the story unfolds, the lives of the main players draw the reader in until the tale builds to its unexpected, but ultimately satisfying, ending.
Beth O'Leary has done it again with The No-Show, an endearing clash of people in a twisting plot which stays in your thoughts long after you finish