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The Switch Eileen Is Sick Of Being Leena S Tired Of Life In Her TwentiesMaybe It S Time They Swapped PlacesWhen Overachiever Leena Cotton Is Ordered To Take A Two Month Sabbatical After Blowing A Big Presentation At Work, She Escapes To Her Grandmother Eileen S House For Some Overdue Rest Eileen Is Newly Single And About To Turn Eighty She D Like A Second Chance At Love, But Her Tiny Yorkshire Village Doesn T Offer Many Eligible GentlemenOnce Leena Learns Of Eileen S Romantic Predicament, She Proposes A Solution A Two Month Swap Eileen Can Live In London And Look For Love Meanwhile Leena Will Look After Everything In Rural Yorkshire But With Gossiping Neighbours And Difficult Family Dynamics To Navigate Up North, And Trendy London Flatmates And Online Dating To Contend With In The City, Stepping Into One Another S Shoes Proves Difficult Than Either Of Them ExpectedLeena Learns That A Long Distance Relationship Isn T As Romantic As She Hoped It Would Be, And Then There Is The Annoyingly Perfect And Distractingly Handsome School Teacher, Who Keeps Showing Up To Outdo Her Efforts To Impress The Local Villagers Back In London, Eileen Is A Huge Hit With Her New Neighbours, But Is Her Perfect Match Nearer Home Than She First Thought

About the Author: Beth O'Leary

Beth studied English at university before going into childrens publishing She lives as close to the countryside as she can get while still being within reach of London, and wrote her first novel, The Flatshare, on her train journey to and from work.Youll usually find her curled up with a book, a cup of tea, and several woolly jumpers whatever the weather.

10 thoughts on “The Switch

  1. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    Beth O Leary proves that her brilliant debut The Flatshire was no fluke with this smashing follow up, the perfect reading material for our anxious and self isolated times 79 year old Eileen Cotton s husband, Wade has recently left her for a dance instructor, and for the tree climbing Eileen, she is far from addled, she is searching for sex, love and another man Living in the Yorkshire Dales and the tiny village of Hamleigh in Harksd

  2. Emer (A Little Haze) Emer (A Little Haze) says:

    Last year Jan 2019 I had the good fortune of reading Beth O Leary s debut novel, The Flatshare, as an ARC from NetGalley and it was a book that really gave me great hope in her abilities as a writer because she managed to find a fresh and unique spin on the romantic dramedy genre of fictionAnd with this new novel The Switch she has once again shown that she is a brilliant storyteller in this area I loved this book Utterly loved it It gave m

  3. ✨ A ✨ ✨ A ✨ says:

    I thought this was going to be like a Freaky Friday movie body switch And then I reread the blurb and realised it s a place swap not a body swap face palms That s what I get for skimming through blurbs _____My review of

  4. emma emma says:

    i found out about this book 5 minutes ago and approx 4 minutes and 58 seconds ago it became the only thing i care about

  5. NZLisaM NZLisaM says:

    Simply Gorgeous and Uplifting Last year I gushed over The Flatshare, well in my opinion Beth O Leary has exceeded my expectations even with The Switch, and believe me I m going to be spending the remainder of the year and longer raving about this beautiful, heartwarming book, and recommending it to every reader I encounter.When wound tight, workaholic Leena Cotton experiences a panic attack during a big presentation her company orders her to take two months leave

  6. sarah xoxo sarah xoxo says:

    Thank you to Hachette Australia for this ARCRelease Date 28 April 2020

  7. Abby Jimenez Abby Jimenez says:

    Oh man, what to say about this book I guess I should start by mentioning that I gave it the highest honor I read it with my eyeballs lol I do audiobooks It s reeeeeally hard for me to get to a paperback I just blew through this.The world is light and charming and I particularly loved getting Eileen s POV in this It really kept the pages moving for me because I couldn t decide who I liked best, Leena or her grandmother, and I wanted to keep reading to get to their next chapters Th

  8. Evie Braithwaite Evie Braithwaite says:

    During these uncertain times, The Switch is exactly the kind of wholesome content we all need right now The Flatshare was one of my favourite books last year At the time of reading, I was working abroad, and O Leary s rom com was the perfect book to alleviate my sky high anxiety and homesickness So, having delighted in The Flatshare, The Switch was one of my most anticipated releases for 2020 Reader, I loved every second In London, 29 year old Leena Cotton is

  9. ThatBookGal ThatBookGal says:

    I absolutely adored The Flatshare, and I would go so far to say that The Switch was even better I just love Beth O Leary s style of writing, its gentle and very easy to read, whilst still managing to address some underlying issues facing society The Switch made me laugh out loud in almost every one of its chapters It s hilarious, heartwarming and genuinely moving A large part of the narrative addresses grief and how it can affect every aspect of your life I loved the idea of the two Eileen s swi

  10. Mark Porton Mark Porton says:

    After reading Beth O Leary s first book, The Flat Share, which was funny, feel good, fresh and totally surprising I was massively looking forward to her second book, The Switch.However, The Switch didn t really hit the mark for me The story of a Grandmother and Grandaughter switching lives albeit partially , swapping houses and towns was just a bit too ridiculous to believe I couldn t warm to the main characters and the supporting cast were really clones of those endured in the scores of 70s and 80s Bri

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