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'If I could give this book 10 stars I would' (Reader review)
'This book touched my soul' (Reader review)
'I could not put it down. What a story. What a storyteller' (Reader review)
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'I have never felt so emotionally wrapped up in characters in a book' (Reader review)
Powerful, uplifting and full of hope, AFTER THE END is the most moving book you'll read this year - from number one bestseller Clare Mackintosh
Max and Pip are the strongest couple you know. Only now they're facing the most important decision of their lives - and they don't agree.
With the consequences of an impossible choice threatening to devastate them both, nothing will ever be the same again.
But anything can happen after the end . . .
'The most moving book you'll read this year' LISA JEWELL
'Life-affirming . . . richly drawn' SUNDAY TIMES
'Compelling and clever, tender and true. I can't stop thinking about it' LIANE MORIARTY
'Heart-wrenching . . . an absolute must-read' MIKE GAYLE
'Put this on the top of your list. You won't regret it' JANE CORRY
'One of the most moving stories I have ever read. It's perfect' JOANNA CANNON
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Prepare to have run out of tears by the time you finish this incredibly moving novel. Pip and Max are a couple who face an agonising dilemma when their young son suffers irreparable brain damage. Unable to agree on the best course of action, they ask the courts to decide their child’s fate. The story then alternates between two imagined outcomes: one in which a judge has said that Dylan should be allowed to die and one that speculates what would happen if the ruling sent him to the U.S. for further treatment. Partly drawn from Mackintosh’s own experiences of losing a child, each narrative forms an emotionally vivid and beautifully written study of grief, hope and the fragile, volatile nature of life. An unforgettable read.
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You must read this book !
Incredibly thought provoking, sad but hopeful too. Extremely well written.