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The Language of Dying (Hardback)
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The Language of Dying (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 10/07/2009
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Publisher: PS Publishing
ISBN: 9781906301842
Edition: Limited signed edition

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“beautiful”

I think this may be the best book I have yet read in my life.....

This is very short, but incredibly moving.It focuses on the unnamed narrator & her siblings in the days leading up to their father's death... More

Hardback edition
4th March 2013
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“Loved this book”

This book is like music to the soul. Beautifully written and so much emotion in each page, really worth reading.

Hardback edition
3rd September 2015
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“A moving, thought-provoking look into loss”

This is a short yet powerful novella that follows a woman as she sits by her dying father. As she narratives his final days we find out more about the man and his family, how each of his children have deal with their... More

Paperback edition
12th April 2018
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