A Hundred Pieces of Me
By Lucy Dillon
As heart wrenching and life-affirming as ONE DAY or ME BEFORE YOU, A Hundred Pieces of Me is a story about what it means to finally live life to the full.
WINNER OF THE ROMANTIC NOVELISTS' ASSOCIATION CONTEMPORARY ROMANTIC NOVEL AWARD, 2015.
As heart wrenching and life-affirming as One Day or Me Before You, A HUNDRED PIECES OF ME is a story about what it means to finally live life to the full.
Letters from the only man she's ever truly loved.
A keepsake of the father she never really knew.
A blue glass vase that catches the light on a grey day.
Gina Bellamy is starting again, after a few years she'd rather forget. But the belongings she's treasured for so long don't seem to fit who she is now.
So Gina makes a resolution. She'll keep just a hundred special items - the rest can go.
But that means coming to terms with her past and learning to embrace the future, whatever it might bring . . .
'Bittersweet, lovely and ultimately redemptive; the kind of book that makes you want to live your own life better.' Jojo Moyes
'Such a brilliant book. So satisfying and clever and deeply moving. I'll be passing it on to all my friends.' Sophie Kinsella
'This vibrant and uplifting novel has not only entertained me hugely, but made me change the way I look at life.' Katie Fforde
Lucy Dillon was born in Cumbria in 1974. Lucy now divides her time between London and the Wye Valley where she enjoys walking in the Malvern Hills with her basset hounds, Violet and Bonham.
She won the Romantic Novelists' Association Novel of the Year Award in 2010 for Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts, and is the bestselling author of four other novels: The Ballroom Class, Walking Back to Happiness, The Secret of Happy Ever After and A Hundred Pieces of Me.
You can follow her on Twitter @lucy_dillon or on Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/LucyDillonBooks.
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27 Feb 2014
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A HUNDRED PIECES OF ME is bittersweet, lovely and ultimately redemptive; the kind of book that makes you want to live your own life better. — Jojo Moyes
An uplifting novel which will appeal to fans of David Nicholls. — Daily Mail
This vibrant and uplifting novel has not only entertained me hugely, but made me change the way I look at life. — Katie Fforde
A totally feelgood novel about the importance of living life to the full. — Sun