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    Riveting

    Drawn in by the characters , you just want them to succeed. Lovely observations of people and life. A great story.
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    I can’t stress how amazing this book is

    This is the story of Hannah, who just before her 5th birthday, was diagnosed with a serious heart condition called Cardiomyopathy. Now just before her 16th birthday she is seeing the effects on her body that the condition can cause. Tiredness, fainting, breathlessness, etc. The doctors don’t know how long her heart will last. Her single father Tom is the manager of the local theatre and every year for her birthday he has put on a show for his daughter to celebrate. However, the council is after closing the theatre down to make way for housing. It’s not just a building though, the theatre is part of both of their lives. It how he kept going when all around him was crumbling apart. It how the magic was kept alive inside of Hannah. It’s where the extended family of actor and actresses gather. All who have been here for the pair of them for the last ten years. This is also the story of a young girl with a rare illness coming to terms with her life and trying to live it to the full. ‘Days of Wonder’ is one of the most beautiful books that I have ever had the pleasure of reading. keith Stuart’s first book, ‘A Boy Made of Blocks’ was amazing and set the bar high. This second book has pushed that bar even higher. It is utterly captivating and if I could award it more than five stars I would. The characters have all been written with such realistic qualities, not just our dual narrators, Tom and Hannah either who I adored, but every one of the vast array of secondary characters too. It doesn’t feel like you are reading a fictional book, it feels like you are reading about real life events, written by real people, with such honesty. The story is heartfelt and so poignant. It is funny and touching at the same time. It gets inside of you and becomes part of you. From the opening scene to the very last page, this book will play with your emotions. Now I’m not one to get teary-eyed, but the epilogue got me. I can’t stress how amazing this book is. Long after I had read that final word, I sat there just thinking about it. It is spectacular, and I truly believe that 2018’s must-read novel has arrived.
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    One of those books that will linger in your memory

    I wasn't too sure of this book at first, and whilst there was enough interest to keep me reading, the first half dragged a bit for me - but persevere, because it was probably just me, and the second half is so much better and I couldn't stop reading it then. It is written in alternating chapters by Tom and Hannah. Tom runs a local theatre, and Hannah is his daughter and has a life threatening heart disease. It is very clever and gives you both viewpoints all through the book, and a lot of the time Hannah seems like more the adult in the story, and Tom, whilst his heart is in the right place, is definitely more scatterbrained, although absolutely devoted to his daughter. We go through their lives from Hannah's diagnosis as a small child, and most of the book centres around her as a 15 year old and reaching a very critical time in her illness. There are so many great side characters, I absolutely loved 81 year old Margaret, who had such tall tales of the her time in showbusiness, even though no-one was entirely sure they were true... but the truth does come out eventually. There were humourous parts where Hannah was trying to set up her Dad on internet dating, and really sad parts with various illnesses, death and relationships issues. But the main story is firmly set around the theatre and the 'family' of regular actors. And when the council wants to close them down Hannah decides to rally the troops, even though she's really ill at the time, to try and stop them, all to help her Dad and without him knowing. Of course Hannah's illness also runs throughout the story and you are always hoping for the very best outcome for her. A really lovely, happy, sad, life affirming book that I definitely shed a few tears to, and in more than one place. I love that it didn't leave us wondering what happened to everyone either as there was an epilogue set in the future. One of those books that will linger for a long time and make you appreciate the life you have.
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