One Summer Night


A love letter to life…


iving with her husband Tim and their two children in their ‘forever home’ in Vermont, Lauren’s life seems perfect. But then tragedy strikes and she’s diagnosed with a brain tumour. Lauren wants to fight: to survive, to not give up. But the illness is stronger than she is, and her condition worsens. Lauren feels incredibly powerless and struggles with her impending fate. Even the most beautiful moments in her life are tarnished with pain.

But what if she could decide for herself? Decide when to die? Could that be an option? Piece by piece, Lauren realises that life is what you make of it – and so is death.


One Summer Night
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