After the End: The most moving book you’ll read in 2019

October 29, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Powerful and emotional read…. By far my most favourite book of 2019. Powerful and emotive read. A story told by three characters. Each one has their own feelings to deal with. This is different to Clare’s other books. Once you start you will want to read more and more. You have a journey to go on….

Anonymous says:

Be warned – Very Depressing – Parent Alert I am still in the process of reading it – but so far, this is a very depressing book. As a parent, this book is basically depicting my personal worst nightmare. I try to read it, tell myself it’s just a story, but it’s just so SAD! The author will lead you to one punch of thinking “but for the grace of God” to another.I’ve watched and read many sad stories before. And the story is a ride of ups, downs and the occasional bit of relief to tide you over for the next essential piece of…

Anonymous says:

Heart-rending This is a thought provoking story which will tug at your heart strings and have you reaching for the tissues 😢 🌻Dylan is Max and Pip’s two year old son. He has brain damage as a result of a tumour that couldn’t be fully removed. Max and Pip now face the unenviable task of deciding between giving Dylan treatment which may prolong his life, but not cure him. Or, provide him with palliative care until he dies. A heart-rending decision ♥️🌻”Dylan’s brain damage is…

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