Imagine a world in which you never have to say goodbye. A world in which you can talk to your loved ones after they've gone. About the trivial things you used to share. About the things you wish you'd said while you still had the chance. About how hard it is to adjust to life without them.
When Sam Elling invents a computer programme that enables his girlfriend, Meredith, to do just this, nothing can prepare them for the success and the complications that follow. For every person who wants to say goodbye, there is someone else who can't let go. And when tragedy strikes, they have to find out whether goodbye has to be forever - or whether love can take on a life of its own.
©2012 Laurie Frankel (P)2012 headline Digital
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"Food for thought"
It makes you think about the morals around the subject matter - if given the opportunity, would you do it? is it right?
The book floats along comfortably, I wasn't desperate to listen to it all at once but at the same time, it was an audio book that kept me thinking about it whilst I wasn't listening
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