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  • Truly beautiful!

    Sometimes it's impossible to part with the things we love the most.... “When Amy Ashton's world came crashing down eleven years ago, she started a collection. Just a little collection, just a few keepsakes of happier times. Things that others might throw away but to Amy, represent a life that could have been. Now her house is overflowing with the objects she loves - soon there'll be no room for Amy at all. But when a family move in next door, a chance discovery unearths a mystery long since buried and Amy's carefully curated life begins to unravel.” In the current world of worry, depression and unpredictability, this book was like therapy for me. It really picked me up and although heart breaking at times, it was uplifting, fascinating, funny and with a mystery element to keep you intrigued, I was unable to put this book down and felt bereft when I was finished. I made a true friend in Amy, feeling like a kindred spirit - Amy with her endless collection of ornamental birds and knick knacks and her peculiarities and me with my boxes and piles of books in every room I couldn’t think to part with. I adored how she saw such beauty in living and all things inanimate, describing them so vividly with wonderfully, vibrant colourful similes and so obviously filled with love. Who could have imagined the beauty in an empty wine bottle or an unused ashtray? All the unique characters were excellently portrayed, from the gossipy, nosy neighbour to Liam, Amy’s office admirer. The way the story was narrated, with events as they unfolded in current time and Amy’s life before her world crumbled, the two intertwined seamlessly and kept you wanting to turn the pages faster than you could read them. “Everything is Beautiful” and everything IS beautiful about this book - from cover to cover, page to page - you’ll find this book hard to put down and will live with you forever, it certainly will with me! This book comes highly recommended and I can’t wait to see what this author comes up with next. 5 gloriously beautiful stars!

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