Firefly Lane


“A tearjerker that is sure to please the author’s many fans.”
— Library Journal

“Hannah’s latest is a moving and realistic portrait of a complex and enduring friendship.”
— Booklist

“This terrific buddy saga about two best girlfriends who survive all sorts of escapades and catastrophes will inevitably provoke comparisons with Iris Dart’s ‘Beaches,’ but the story is all Hannah’s own.”
— The Seattle Times

Firefly Lane is a fat, juicy book filled with the stuff of women’s lives: mothers, daughters, triumphs, disappointments, illicit cigarettes and dancing to favorite songs…”
— The Sunday Oregonian

“Not since Iris Dart’s Beaches, twenty years ago, has there been a story of friendship that endures everything, from girlhood dramas to bitter betrayal, to be the touchstone in two women’s lives. In Firefly Lane, Kristin Hannah creates the most poignant of reunions and an unforgettable story of loyalty and love”
— Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean

“With perfect pitch, Kristin Hannah describes the tumult and energy of the 70s and 80s, and on a deeper level takes readers into the heart of a friendship between two women. Firefly Lane is masterful at the grand sweep and the fine detail.”
— Elin Hilderbrand, author of Barefoot

“A lovely, touching read which examines one of the most important things in our lives: enduring friendship.”
— Elizabeth Buchan, author of Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman

“No one writes more insightfully about women’s friendships with all of their messy wonder, humor, pain and complexity like Kristin Hannah. She’s a marvel.”
— Susan Elizabeth Phillips, author of Natural Born Charmer

Firefly Lane is honest, deeply felt, and addictive. It reminds us why we love to read.”
— Patricia Gaffney, author of Saving Graces