When We Were Friends
By Tina Seskis
It had always been the six of us. Since we met at university twenty-five years ago, we’d faced everything together. Break-ups and marriages, motherhood and death. We were closer than sisters; the edges of our lives bled into each other. But that was before the night of the reunion. The night of exposed secrets and jagged accusations.Tweet
An interesting read, particularly with the unusual narrative style. With each character getting their own chapters, the story unfolds in a less predictable way than it might otherwise have done with a more conventional structure.
Some group members found the ending to be not entirely satisfactory.