Sometimes the hardest lessons to learn are those that matter most.
Following a tragic accident, Ella O'Hanlon flees to the other side of the world in an attempt to escape her grief, leaving behind the two people she blames for her loss: Aidan, the love of her life, and Jess, her spoilt half-sister. In London Ella is taken in by her beloved uncle Lucas, whose extraordinary house holds many wonderful memories for her. Along with other members of the very colourful Fox family, Lucas helps Ella to see that she is not the only one still hurting, and that forgiveness can be the greatest healer in a family and in a marriage.
For anyone who has ever loved and lost, this is an exquisitely moving and life-affirming novel by the internationally best-selling author of Lola's Secret.
©2012 Monica McInerney (P)2012 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
Another of Monica McInerney's excellent novels. It was tragic and heart warming keeping my interest up throughout. Great characters. The ending was predictable and a little weak but apart from that it was well worthwhile reading.
I liked the story. I didn't like the English narration.
Good characters, likeable and memorable.
good accent change from character to character, ie especially male to female, young to old, country to country. I would however have preferred the main accent to be an Australian one. It is just a personal choice.
I love Monica McInerney books and in fact have met Monica. She puts so much feeling into her books. I love her Australian/Irish connection. I look forward to the next book but think I'd prefer to read, rather than have through Audio.
This was a really good and interesting story. Lots of different charactors.
Ending was good but predictable
It was very engaging
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