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Laura P. said:
Louisa Clark, former waitress and main breadwinner for three generations of her family is desperate for a job when she becomes care-giver and companion to quadriplegic Will Traynor, former ruthless financier and liver of life in the fast lane. Both are living small lives for different reasons. Lou due to fear and trauma over an incident in her past and Will due to physical limitations. Written with humor, compassion and non-judgmental about the issue of assisted suicide this book is a joy. The best I’ve read this year so far.
posted May 8, 2013 at 8:52AM
Kim B said:
Best novel I’ve read since Tell the Wolves I’m Home. The ending was perfect. I’m still thinking about this story a week later.
posted Aug 12, 2013 at 9:32AM
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Lives in a small town; works for Will; discovers she is falling in love with Will.
Wheelchair-bound after an accident; feels sorry for himself and his situation.