Banais na Bliadhna (The Wedding of the Year) Banais eile, pr asantan a bharrachd, agus cosgais mh r nan l ib. Tha Anna seachd sg th dheth, is i aig b rd nan singilteach a-rithist. Ach an turas seo tha fireannach ann a tha den aon bharail mu bhainnsean, agus moladh d na aige. Carson nach p's iadsan? Gheibh iad airgead agus pr asantan m orbhaileach, agus an uair sin dh'fhaodadh iad dealachadh bho ch ile. D an cron? Cha deigheadh c il ce rr.
Relegated to the singletons' table at yet another wedding, Anna is fed up with forking out for her friends' extravagant presents. Newlyweds won't settle for a toaster and a set of towels; they want balloon trips across the Serengeti. If only there was a way for her to enjoy all the treats she's been lavishing on her friends. And then she meets Donald - equally cynical about weddings and totally up for a charade that will deceive everyone they know.
Banais na Bliadhna (The Wedding of the Year) takes a swipe at big fat weddings, cutting through the lace and icing to the ruthless consumerism beneath. It's a comedy of manners for everyone who has ever gazed in horror at a wedding list, or wondered if they've made the right decision - about those sherry glasses, or about the person they've chosen to spend their life with.
The Lasag Gaelic readers series offers young adults a range of engaging, easy-to-read fiction, with English chapter summaries and glossaries to assist Gaelic learners.