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Just One More Day e-book


Susan Lewis






Genre Fiction

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Arrow (February 6, 2006)



Just One More Day e-book

by Susan Lewis

While Susan, a feisty seven-year-old, is busy being brave, her mother, Eddress, is struggling for courage. Though bound by an indestructible love, their journey through a world that is darkening with tragedy is fraught with misunderstandings.As a mother's greatest fear becomes reality, Eddress tries to deny the truth. And, faced with a wall of adult secrets, Susan creates a world that will never allow her mother to leave.Set in a world where a fridge is a luxury, cars have starting handles, and where bingo and coupons bring in the little extras, Just One More Day is a deeply moving true-life account of how the spectre of death moved into Susan's family,and how hard they all tried to pretend it wasn't there.
i was very disappointed with this book it very depressing. I almost gave up on reading it but just kept hoping it would get better not my kind of story at all I think she could have written the same story in about half that length of book; I have read other books of hers and found them quite good but no I would not recommendation this to anyone.
This is actually the story of the author and her family though written in novel format. The mother is a typically stiff-upper-lip British stalwart who deals with her illness in a head in the sand kind of way. I really enjoyed the story, though sad it was well written and I recommend reading it. I have read about 4 Susan Lewis books so far and have enjoyed every one.
I found this book really very good and so true to life, it has a well rounded story with extended supported Family. It is sad but so funny in the way it is told and it is written in such a good way that it carries you through to the very end. with sadness and humour. Máiread Costelloe
I am fan of Susan Lewis, I read her story with great interest, she told her tale with a lot of humour and compassion and also she did not wallow in self pity A truly good read.

Erica Hutchinson
Yellow Judge
A great story line. Very emotional and interesting. Keeps you interested right up to the finish. I would recommend this book.
I didn't really enjoy this book. I realise it was not a covenventional novel but found it quite boring. It is a sad book but not one you cant wait to get back to.
I've read a few of Susan Lewis's fiction books and enjoyed them, particularly 'Dance While You Can', so I was very interested to discover this memoir. It is quite some time since I read this now, but it was so memorable that many parts of it still stick in my mind. It is written from the young Susan's point of view and switches also to writings from her mother's point of view. It is really well done, beautiful. It built up to a really heart-breaking ending and by that time, I was so involved I was actually crying as I read it. Not something I do a lot with a book but if a book is as engrossing as this then it can happen and it certainly did with this one.
I am a fan of memoirs. I loved how the author brought me back in time with her. So much love. Reminds you how deeply children are effected by family issues.

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