Living with her husband Tim and their two children in a beautiful house in Vermont, Lauren’s life is complete. So when the worst happens and she’s diagnosed with a brain tumour, she’s determined to fight it every step of the way. But as her condition worsens, Lauren feels increasingly powerless: even her most precious moments are shadowed by pain. So what if she could decide for herself when to die?
As Lauren comes to realise, just as life is what you make of it – so is the way you leave it.
One Summer Night, 272 Pages
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