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Not all marriages end in happily ever after... Amanda joins us online to talk about love, family and her latest novel - 'Lovebirds'.

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We are thrilled to have Amanda Hampson return to our libraries via Zoom.

Join us for a morning of bookish discussion about Amanda's latest novel 'Lovebirds', which has been described by Joanna Nell as:

'Skilfully written, with moments of laugh-out-loud humour, Lovebirds both warmed and broke my heart in perfect measure.'

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This event is hosted on Zoom.

Bookings are essential. Once you have booked your ticket you will be sent a link via email to join in the Zoom meeting.

Click on the register button, ask in any library branch or phone 4304 7500 to book your place.

About the Book

In their youth, lovebirds Elizabeth and Ray had to fight to be together. Their future was full of promise and, blessed with children and careers, their happiness complete. But a twist of fate changed their lives forever.

Now in her sixties, Elizabeth is desperately lonely. She rarely sees her two adult sons and her closest friend is a talkative budgie. But when her grandson, Zach, gets into trouble with the police, she decides to take him on a road trip to find his grandfather, her lost love Ray, in the hope of mending their broken family.

Two less compatible travelling companions would be hard to find, as they set off on an unlikely adventure into the wilds of the northern NSW hinterland. What they discover along the way, about Ray and each other, has the power to transform them all. In trying to save Zach, Elizabeth might just save herself.

Warm, witty and wise, Lovebirds is an astute and uplifting novel about the power of love and family.

About the author

Amanda Hampson grew up in rural New Zealand. She spent her early twenties travelling, finally settling in Australia in 1979 where she now lives in Sydney's Northern Beaches. Writing professionally for more than 20 years, she is the author of two non-fiction books, numerous articles and novels The Olive Sisters, Two for the Road, The French Perfumer,The Yellow Villa and Sixty Summers.

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