I am a salesperson on the road everyday, mother of 2 grown children. Happily married
This book was a joy to listen to It had everything you want for a light hearted book
So beautiful and so real. I postponed reading this for a long time bc I knew it would be a rough ride. So worth it though. Thank goodness for the sequel. Need a HEA.
What could have been an inspirational, life affirming book instead chose to glorify and justify assisted suicide. Sad I gave my time to this book.
This books strays from the usual and vividly describes a situation that many are unaccustomed to. Having had a close friend in the position of Will, this book gave me insight into the daily struggle to adapt to the "new normal" of daily life but also those shed remarkable light on those that cared for him. The contrast of life before and after is stark and supports the mood of its main character. At the very core, is the fact that no matter Will's circumstances, he still had the ability to touch lives, hearts and reap the benefits himself. A worthy listen, for sure!
I live for books. Audible makes my drives through LA traffic a pleasure.
This was such a poignant story. Will and Clark were so like able . The story was well developed and the end broke my heart. I hope there is a sequel to this story. It deserves one . It has been a very long time since a story has touched me as much as this one.
Good plot and character development, but I dislike the vulgar language. Is this a cultural phenomenon in England? And to think the English once had command of the English language.
This novel grabbed me from the start, and I loved it right to the end. A working class 20-something English woman becomes caretaker for a wealthy quadriplegic young man. This story is filled with interesting and believable characters, and touches your heart throughout. There are small twists and turns which I won't say too much about, for fear of being a spoiler. While this feels like a story that will draw more female listeners and readers, I think men and women will both like this. It is both a feel-good and sad story. I liked Moyes's One Plus One, yet liked this even more. This was my favorite audio-novel in quite a while.