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  • An astounding debut about sibling grief, religion and sliding doors love

    Pandora Sykes
  • A modern day Atonement meets David Nicholls. Beautifully written - I couldn't put it down

    Emma Gannon
  • Absolutely loved it - thought about it as I went to bed, as I was washing up

    Giovanna Fletcher
  • I loved it, so glad I read it. Beautifully written, made me think about love and breaking out into a world that is completely different

    Zoey Lyons
  • Really enjoyed the double life aspect of the book. Really good on relationships

    Hugh Dennis
  • A stunning one-that-got-away romance, this is an intricate story of love entwined with loss that will tug on your heartstrings . . . A beautiful piece of writing

    Sunday Express
  • Deep, rich, thoughtful. It reminded me of how I felt when I first read David Nicholls and Jodi Picoult. It's the Romeo and Juliet of our generation

    Gillian McAllister
  • I loved the brothers' relationship. Very moving. Fascinating

    Don Warrington
  • This is a little bit Sliding Doors, a little bit One Day, a little bit will-they-won't-they - and you're desperate for a happy ending. Jodie Chapman does a brilliant job of describing what happens when life gets in the way of love. A really special book

    Sara Cox
  • This beautiful tale of love, loss and sacrifice will break your heart . . . With echoes of David Nicholls' One Day and Sally Rooney's novels, it perfectly captures the agony of falling in love and the razor-sharp reality of pain and loss

    Daily Mail

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