Written for those she loves, this book is not a conventional cancer memoir; nor is it filled with medical jargon or misery. Instead, it is Kate's attempt to make sense of the woman who emerged in the strange, lucid final chunk of her life. Kate should have been granted decades to say all that she says in this book. Denied the chance to bore her children and grandchildren with stories, she offers us all her thoughts on how to live, on the wonder to be found in the everyday and the importance of friendship and love.
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"This brave, frank and heart breaking book shows what it means to die before your time.
‘The most honest, beautiful, heart wrenching and eye opening book I’ve ever read. I will keep reminding myself of Kate Gross’s words and her story.’ FEARNE COTTON
‘A warm and oddly uplifting read. Gross is funny in the darkest moments of truth. Neither falsely upbeat nor purposefully dramatic or tear-jerking, the book brings Gross to life.’ INDEPENDENT"
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