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    Compelling and Flawless"

    A beautiful read, and one which touched my soul. Beginning with Vivi, a twenty something lawyer in London we get the feeling of what her life is like - and how much she loves it. Alternating chapters introduce us to Shelley and her life with her family in the country. As both stories merge, we find out much more about them, both happy and sad . . . I did wonder when both these stories were going to merge and was convinced I had it worked out - but no, wrong again! But meet they do, and this morphs into an amazing read about friends, family, love and, oh, so much more. I have read many of Susan Lewis' previous novels and this one is completely different to what I expected. A compelling and flawless read, it is one which will stay with me for a long time to come. I've always believed in organ donation and have made sure my family are all aware of my feelings. This has some bearing in this book, and I now understand more than I did previously and can imagine it will have the effect of increasing the number of people who sign up to participate. This isn't a 'preachy' read, rather it is part of the story, and makes it all the more riveting. My thanks to publisher Harper Collins for my copy via NetGalley. As always, this is my honest, original and unbiased review.
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    Disappointing

    Disappointing. I love Susan Lewis books and have read every one of them, pre-ordering them as they are written. I was disappointed with this as, although there was an interesting storyline, I finished the book to feel as though I had been brainwashed about organ donation. If one of the characters had not been revealed as being a living person this possibly may have been different. If I want to read a fictional book then I do not expect to feel as though it was written as a propoganda exercise. Shame as I always await Susan's books with the hope/knowledge of an excellent reading experience.
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    Made me cry and opened my eyes to being a donar loved this book wish it had a happy ending but thats real life
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    Precious Gift

    As a card carrying organ donor in Australia I related 100% to the importance of registering as a donor. I really do hope Susan's book makes people out there examine their conscience and decide " you know what, I can make a very very big difference by registering because once I'm gone my organs can no longer help me". So please non registered readers give some thought to this and register even if its the only good thing you ever do...
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