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All The Water in the World by Karen Raney

All The Water in the World by Karen Raney


'TENDER, HEARTFELT AND HEART-BREAKING' Francis Spufford'VERY MOVING, A WARM AND COMPASSIONATE NOVEL' Diana EvansMaddy is sixteen. She has loyal friends, a mother with whom she's unusually close, a father she's never met, devoted grandparents, and a crush on a boy named Jack. Maddy is also dying.

Told alternately by Maddy and her mother, Eve, All the Water in the World is a heart-breaking story of a family doing its best when faced with the worst, and a poignant testimony to the transformative power of love. 'DEEPLY REWARDING AND WHOLLY UNFORGETTABLE' Bret Anthony Johnston'CAPTIVATING AND WARM AND REAL' Janet Ellis 'ASTONISHINGLY MOVING' Joanna Hershon'A TENDER BRUISE OF A NOVEL' Mary Paulson-EllisOptioned for film by Monumental Pictures/Lionsgate.

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