The Latecomers Fan Club

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
IndieReader Discovery Award Winner for Chick Lit 2014!

"An often entertaining novel about how life can turn out when careers and marriages don't happen as planned." --Kirkus Reviews

What is it about musicians that makes them so irresistible? If Abby and Maggie could answer that question, maybe they could finally get over Nathaniel. More
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About Diane V. Mulligan

I am the author of three novels. My most recent, What She Inherits, will be published in January, 2017. My first novel, Watch Me Disappear (2012), which was a finalist in the Kindle Book Review's Best Indie Book Awards in the Young Adult category in 2013, and my second, The Latecomers Fan Club (2013), which was named a 2014 IndieReader Discovery Award winner. In 2015, I released a brief guide book to self-publishing called The Sane Person's Guide to Self-Publishing.

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Cristina Rosa reviewed on Nov. 6, 2013

The moment I got the book and started reading I simply couldn't put it out. I was literally on the edge of my seat just waiting for the next page all the time. I loved how the characters and their truly unique complexity, frustrations, and sympathies. The characters truly evolve throughout the book and I really felt like I was a part of their journey. That approach was a much more realistic one to me comparing to the predictable characters in other books. This book will surely be the topic of many different discussion about the modern women. I Highly Recommend it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
A Prosper reviewed on Nov. 5, 2013

I really loved this novel. The characters are beautifully described and you truly feel for all of their tensions, disappointments and dreams. The structure of the book helps with that, as alternating chapters focus on the different points of views and experiences of each main character. The plot presents real-life, adult problems to navigate...divorce and breakups, babies, careers, drinking too much...and it shows how every decision reverberates out and affects other lives, including minor characters like one of Nathaniel's students, and his mother. All of these lent a really credible tone to the story, and caused me as a reader to get very invested, because I could see myself in many of the roles in the many relationships. Ultimately this is a story about second chances, about unfinished business and dreams, and about what it means to start over--or circle back. Really well written with great dialogue and sense of place throughout. I highly recommend.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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