The Collected Regrets of Clover

The Collected Regrets of Clover

An uplifting story about living a full, beautiful life

Summary

A big-hearted story about figuring out what you want from life - and then finding the courage to go after it. Perfect for fans of Sally Page, Ruth Hogan and Clare Pooley.

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Clover Brooks has forgotten how to live.

It might be because she spends her time caring for people in their final days, working as a death doula in New York City.

Or it might be because she has a regret of her own - one she can't bring herself to let go of.

But then she meets Claudia: a feisty old woman who has one last wish . . .

As Clover begins a new adventure, will she remember how to live her own big, beautiful life?

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Your favourite authors have fallen for Clover's life-affirming, quietly powerful story ...

'A beautiful, uplifting novel about unexpected friendship, a decades-old love story, and finding the courage to live your best life' Lucy Diamond

'I fell in love with Clover, longed for her world to open up and cheered when she finally realised that comfort zones are designed to be stepped out of' Jill Mansell

'Charming, delightful and quietly powerful . . . this will warm your heart and change your life' Veronica Henry

'Beautiful, poignant and the literary antidote to when life feels a little stationary' Jessica George

'A tender, charming delight, perfect for anyone who loved The Authenticity Project or Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine' KJ Dell'Antonia

'This book will be one that I remember for a long time' Ruth Hogan

'Warm, profound, and expertly told, The Collected Regrets of Clover explores how befriending death can help enrich our lives. This is one of those special books that will leave a handprint on your heart' Emma Brodie

'Heartfelt and delightful . . . You will turn the last page with a fresh zest for life and absolutely no regrets' Annabel Monaghan

'An evocative, bustling setting, an intriguing cast of characters and a brave, caring heroine make this a book to read and read again' Celia Anderson

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Poignant and big-hearted, [this] is the kind of book that reminds you how to live, and is one to usher into the hands of everyone you know' i News

Reviews

  • A beautiful, uplifting novel about unexpected friendship, a decades-old love story, and finding the courage to live your best life
    Lucy Diamond, author of The Beach Cafe

About the author

Mikki Brammer

Mikki Brammer is an Australian journalist currently based in New York. She spent her childhood in Tasmania surrounded by a flock of quirky great aunts and uncles who instilled her with a passion for adventure, curiosity and storytelling. She has spent the past nine years writing about design, architecture and art for publications including Architectural Digest, Dwell and Lonely Planet. The Collected Regrets of Clover is her first novel.
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