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Everyone is Still Alive by Cathy Retzenbrink

Everyone is Still Alive by Cathy Retzenbrink


'Incredibly tender' Marian Keyes'A total triumph' Nina Stibbe'Beautiful, moving and so funny and well-observed' Philippa PerryIt is summer on Magnolia Road when Juliet moves into her late mother's house with her husband Liam and their young son, Charlie. Preoccupied by guilt, grief and the juggle of working motherhood, she can't imagine finding time to get to know the neighbouring families, let alone fitting in with them. But for Liam, a writer, the morning coffees and after-school gatherings soon reveal the secret struggles, fears and rivalries playing out behind closed doors - all of which are going straight into his new novel .

. . Juliet tries to bury her unease and leave Liam to forge these new friendships.

But when the rupture of a marriage sends ripples through the group, painful home truths are brought to light. And then, one sun-drenched afternoon at a party, a single moment changes everything. The fiction debut from Sunday Times bestselling author Cathy Rentzenbrink, Everyone Is Still Alive is funny and moving, intimate and wise; a novel that explores the deeper realities of marriage and parenthood and the way life thwarts our expectations at every turn.

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