P is for Paris, where it all began. J is for jealousy, where it all came undone. But the most important letter is F. F is for forgiveness, the hardest of all.
Sisters Poppy and Rose used to be as close as two sisters could be, but it's been over a decade since they last spoke. Until they both receive a call that tells them their mother has gone - without ever having the chance to see her daughters reunited.
Andrea, though, wasn't the kind of woman to let a little thing like death stand in the way of her plans. Knowing her daughters better than they know themselves, she has left behind one very special last gift - the A-Z of Everything.
Absolutely loved it, cannot recommend it enough. Both beautifully written and expertly narrated, I laughed out loud and even had a bit of a cry. It was recommended to me and I merrily recommend it on to anyone else who appreciates a heart warming book. 11 out of 10.
A wonderful captivating journey of love loss and family ties that had me a little broken by the end but left me filled with hope and encouragement
This is an odd review. I liked the book and the performance. But there's a sexual assault/rape in the story that is treated as consensual sex. very difficult to get past that, although I kept hoping it would be recognised.
i avoid films and books that make me cry! but i am so so happy i didnt avoid this it will stick with me for the rest of my life! it will inspire and shape my future relationships with my mother sister and children! thank you for tbis Masterpiece!!