The Making of Us (Paperback)
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The Making of Us (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 12/05/2011
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In a hospice in Bury St Edmunds, a man called Daniel is slowly fading away. His friend Maggie sits with him every day; she holds his hand and she listens to the story of his life, to his regrets and to his secrets. And then he tells her about the children he has never met and never will. He talks of them wistfully. His legacy, he calls them. Lydia, Dean and Robyn don't know each other. Yet. And they are all facing difficult changes. Lydia is still wearing the scars from her traumatic childhood and although she is wealthy and successful, her life is lonely and disjointed. Dean is a young man, burdened with unexpected responsibility, whose life is going nowhere. And Robyn wants to be a doctor, just like her father - a man she's never met. But is her whole life built on an illusion? Three people leading three very different lives. All lost. All looking for something. But when they slowly find their way into each other's lives, everything starts to change ...

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9781846055744

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“the making of us”

This book made me cry. For the last 70 or so pages, I sobbed my little heart out. I literally could not see the words on the pages. I finished the novel and wanted to hug it to my chest. It’s safe to say I loved this... More

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14th November 2011
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“Emotional and emotive with compelling characters”

I've been a fan of Lisa Jewell's books since her first novel Ralph's Party which was published way back in 1999 (that just makes me feel old!).

Lisa's books are easy to read (and that is a true... More

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19th February 2013
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“Great read”

This is the first Lisa Jewell book I've read and enjoyed it so much I'm sorry it's taken me so long to get round to reading one of hers.

I enjoyed finding out about all the characters, their lives... More

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11th November 2012
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