By Jodi Picoult
A compelling emotional drama of love and guilt that grips from the very first moments, by the UK's bestselling women's fiction author.
When Luke Warren is involved in a car accident which leaves him in a coma, his family are gathered together against the odds; they face an impossible dilemma.
His daughter Cara is praying for a miracle: she will fight everything and everyone to save her father's life.
His son Edward can't imagine that a man who once ran with wolves could ever be happy with a different life.
But Edward hasn't spoken to Luke for six years. How can he dare to speak on his father's behalf?
Somehow, they must choose:
Do they keep Luke alive?
Or do they let him go?
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- Publication date:
28 Feb 2012
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Hodder & Stoughton
Superior literary fiction in a gripping human story — Mail on Sunday
There are many aspirants to her throne, but nobody in commercial fiction cranks the pages more effectively than Jodi Picoult — USA Today
Picoult fans will love it — Sunday Express
Picoult's pitch and pace are masterly and hardly conducive to a good night's sleep — Financial Times