MAIL ON SUNDAY HOT 100 SUMMER BOOKS
'A book to cancel plans for – you won’t want to put it down.' Closer
When Jennifer Cole is told she has three months to live she decides to write three letters sharing the desires, fears and frustrations she has always kept to herself. And at first she finds that telling the truth makes her feel free and liberated. But three months later, Jennifer’s secrets are alive and out in the world… and so is she. As she discovers, sometimes the truth has a way of surprising you…
‘Filled with warmth and wit. Will make you want to throw on your saved-for-best dress and live your own life to the fullest.’ Heat
'Witty, very touching and entirely unexpected.' Jenny Colgan
"Filled with warmth and wit. Will make you want to throw on your saved-for-best dress and live your own life to the fullest"
"A book to cancel plans for – you won’t want to put it down."
"Cantor strikes plenty of witty, hopeful notes"
"Witty and well-crafted."
"Engaging heroine! ... There's plenty of drama in Melanie Cantor's debut, which reminds us to live life with no limits."
When Jennifer Cole is told she has 90 days to live, she ditches the traditional bucket list in favour of writing three, brutally honest letters to the people who have wronged her the most. But once you start telling the truth, it's hard to stop. And Jennifer is about to discover that death has a way of surprising you.