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Ee bed in Portobello with stylish Sadhbh from HR and her friend the mysterious Elaine Newly single and relocated to the big city life is about to change utterly for this wonderful strong surprising and funny girl who just happens to be a complete Aisling Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen the creators of the much loved Aisling character and the popular Facebook page 'Oh My God What a Complete Aisling' bring Aisling to life in their novel about the uintessential country girl in the big smo. More chick lit than I usually read I adored the sharply observed characters and the whimsy in this I was smiling and chuckling away for the most part It also made me cryI m not Irish never even been to Ireland so my entire experience of Irish families is based on reading Marian Keyes This reminded me of her stories with the family and the humour particularly but the bite of bittersweet also reminded me of her booksAisling is apparently typical of an Irish country gal preoccupied with getting her future settled but her chap John isn t on the same page and he s happy as they are So Aisling embarks on something of a life changing experience still donning her anorak and holding into her good sense There s a theme of romance in this but it s not a romantic story a coming of age story which disappointed me a bit if I m honest The end kind of came up from nowhere and ends were left loose which isn t my thing but still a good readRecommended for fans of Marian Keyes and Ciara Geraghty I received a review copy from The publisher via NetGalley Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic relocated to the big city life is about to change utterly for this wonderful strong surprising and funny girl who just happens to be a complete Aisling Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen the creators of the much loved Aisling character and the popular Facebook page 'Oh My God What a Complete Aisling' bring Aisling to life in their novel about the uintessential country girl in the big smo. More chick lit than I usually A Daddy for Christmas reading Marian Keyes This Banned in Britain reminded me of her stories with the family and the humour particularly but the bite of bittersweet also Hour of the Beast reminded me of her booksAisling is apparently typical of an Irish country gal preoccupied with getting her future settled but her chap John isn t on the same page and he s happy as they are So Aisling embarks on something of a life changing experience still donning her anorak and holding into her good sense There s a theme of Dictionary Of Dreams romance in this but it s not a The Love of a Latino romantic story a coming of age story which disappointed me a bit if I m honest The end kind of came up from nowhere and ends were left loose which isn t my thing but still a good Other Days, Other Eyes readRecommended for fans of Marian Keyes and Ciara Geraghty I Deception Island received a The Family review copy from The publisher via NetGalley

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Aisling is twenty eight and she’s a complete Aisling She lives at home in Ballygobbard or Ballygobackwards as some gas tickets call it with her parents and commutes to her good job at PensionsPlus in DublinAisling goes out every Saturday night with her best friend Majella who is a bit of a hames she’s lost two phones already this year – Aisling has never lost a phone Aisling spends two nights a week at her boyfriend John’s He’s from down home and was kiss number seventeen at. Leds leds did you hear The two wans behind the OMGWACA Facebook group are only after going and writing a bewkAh jaysus did they Is it any good or is it pure notionsIt s feckin faboo Hilair and smart as a pair of them fancy red soled shoes Louboutins would you be well they wear in the posh mags Bits of it would shred the heart out of you too mindShould I read it soYeah but like stock up on the nice tissues the balsamy ones sure I was a mess of tears and snot and giggles all the way through itI will soGrand And text me when you ve finished it We ll meet up for a cup of tea and the chatsGrandFor anyone who hasn t been inducted into the wonderful world of OMGWACA I am eternally grateful to my sister for bringing me into the fold it s an Irish Facebook group with over checks Facebook 42 thousand members It started when two college friends from Carlow and Kildare decided to share their observations about a certain type of Irish country girl with a wider audience Over time the cast of characters grew and their audience did too It became invitation only a few years ago to keep the bowsies out and preserve the feel of the group One of the most remarkable things about OMGWACA is that there isn t so much as a tiny bit of meanness in it It s an affectionate knowing gentle ribbing of Irishness of a certain stripe Or many stripes considering the current size of the Dramatis Personae It s where we flock to share the bizarre minutiae of Irish life the sort of things we know others in the group will relate to Christmas on OMGWACA is a hilarious shared experience it s also become a place where other writers have honed their craft and journalists shnake in to steal the odd choice cut and are rightly pilloried for it At the moment the page is bubbling over with excitement about the book with Aislings NFATRs and Majellas galore and yes the GJs Mad Toms and Australia Pauls too sharing their joy at there a being a book and b the book being a wonderful read Not a wet blanket or a tall poppy cutter downer to be seen as is only right and proper It s rare too in this cynical age Despite what the edition says I bought a physical copy Tore through it in one sitting and confused the living daylights out of my cat that feckin cat by alternating between gales of laughter sniffles and at one point full blown sobs It s sweet and kind funny and heart rending personal and political It s a grand read altogether said with typical Irish understatement and you could do a lot worse than planning for an evening curled up on the couch with it the good biscuits and a pot of good strong tea or coffee if you re like me and have caffeinated beverage notions

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Her twenty firstBut Aisling wants She wants the ring on her finger She wants the hen with the willy straws She wants out of her parents’ house although she’d miss Mammy turning on the electric blanket like clockwork and Daddy taking her car 'out for a spin' and bringing it back full of petrolWhen a week in Tenerife with John doesn’t end with the expected engagement Aisling calls a halt to things and soon she has surprised herself and everyone else by agreeing to move into a thr. Oh My God I am such a complete Aisling From her fallen arches to her love of carbs and knowledge of points in every morsel I connected with Aisling in a way that I have never really connected with other characters before Maybe it is because I am Irish and therefore could relate to so much of Aisling s life and see similarities EVERYWHERE but mainly I think it was because Aisling is a little bit of everyone we know as well as a little bit of ourselves and to be honest I wouldn t want it any other wayAisling is solid reliable kind and compassionate and completely human and she is fed up waiting for her boyfriend John of seven years to pop the uestion With everyone from their small village moving forward in their lives Aisling wants to move on to the next step too but when things go uickly south with John Aisling soon finds herself living in a new apartment with new friends and new possibilities all on the horizon But there are some things that will never change for this truly Irish gem that will make you laugh when she isn t making you cryAbsolutely fecking hilarious OH MY GOD WHAT A COMPLETE AISLING is than just a funny story it is a story about friendship strength loss and love and getting the most out of life There is drama crazy antics and pure comedic genius throughout interwoven with moments of compassion sensitivity and openness that really touched my heart I had heard so much about this book before I started to read it and was wary that it could never live up to the hype but it surpasses the hype in my opinion and I will be first in line at the cinema when it hits the big screen An absolute gem of a book and a must for all the Aislings in the worldI voluntarily reviewed this book from the Publisher


10 thoughts on “Oh My God What a Complete Aisling

  1. says:

    I completely adored this highly entertaining and comic look at the Irish cultural phenomena that is being an Aisling She is bought to life here by the authors a novel that has its origins in a Facebook page that documented and captured the varied traits attributed to an Aisling I should warn readers that the book has nume

  2. says:

    Oh my god what a complete waste of my time A book with too many lame duck attempts at wit and frivolity as it attempted to cram at least half a dozen modern Irish cultural references on to each page Clearly a book with no un

  3. says:

    Leds leds did you hear? The two wans behind the OMGWACA Facebook group are only after going and writing a bewkAh jaysus did they? Is it any good or is it pure #notions?It's feckin' faboo Hilair and smart as a pair of them fancy red soled shoes

  4. says:

    Every now and then a lovely funny book comes along I love to know what's behind the beginning of a book and how it became an idea then into the final making and selling of the book I was fascinated to read that Emmer McLysa

  5. says:

    Aisling is a small town country girl who loves her Daddy a good hotel breakfast jeans and a nice top and her boyfriend of seven years JohnWhen there's still no sign of the elusive engagement ring Ais worries that she's never going to have her own Big Day so she decides it's time for a change With the help of Maje

  6. says:

    Oh My God I am such a complete Aisling From her fallen arches to her love of carbs and knowledge of points in every morsel I

  7. says:

    Book reviews on wwwsnazzybookscom Fun entertaining and at times a bit emotional Oh My God What a Complete Aisling is a fast paced f

  8. says:

    Although I really love the sound of an Irish voice the narrator's voice on the audiobook was just not for me It was like listening to someone

  9. says:

    More chick lit than I usually read I adored the sharply observed characters and the whimsy in this I was smiling and chuckling away for the most part It also made me cryI'm not Irish never even been to Ireland so my entire experience of Irish families is based on reading Marian Keyes This reminded me of her stories with the family and the hum

  10. says:

    I've long since disentangled myself from the Facebook group because it's just too much but the original sharp character observations are here in spades My main problem with this book is that it doesn't stick to its guns and remain a PG Wodehouse esue caper full of improbable but hilarious character sketches and unlikely hijinks but instead ta

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