The Dead Wife's Handbook is the stunning emotional debut from author Hannah Beckerman. 'Today is my death anniversary. A year ago today I was still alive.'Rachel, Max and their daughter Ellie had the perfect life - until the night Rachel's heart stopped beating. Now Max and Ellie are doing their best to adapt to life without Rachel, and just as her family can't forget her, Rachel can't quite let go of them either.
Caught in a place between worlds, Rachel watches helplessly as she begins to fade from their lives. And when Max is persuaded by family and friends to start dating again, Rachel starts to understand that dying was just the beginning of her problems. As Rachel grieves for the life she's lost and the life she'll never lead, she learns that sometimes the thing that breaks your heart might be the very thing you hope for. Hannah Beckerman gives an unforgettable exploration of love and loss in her first novel, The Dead Wife's Handbook.
Praise for The Dead Wife's Handbook:'Beautifully written and full of love' Fern Britton'A moving and intriguing debut novel' Fabulous Magazine'A lovely, sad and heart-breaking story that hits you on subtle levels provoking big reactions, deep thoughts and emotions.
A fantastic debut novel' Lainey, alwaysreading.net'It has the potential to change your life' Erin, Erin's Choice'The Dead Wife's Handbook is filled with emotion, raw and real, which will no doubt be the tear-jerker of the year' Kevin, I Heart ChickLit'So many times I have heard people talk about how a book has changed their life and just thought "that's ridiculous" but now I truly understand that saying' Victoria, Victoria Loves Books'A real celebration of love, life and the human spirit' Hadenmaiden, Goodreads'One of the most beautiful portrayals of grief I will probably ever read' Leah, ChickLit Reviews and NewsHannah Beckerman is a former TV and film producer living in London.
The Dead Wife's Handbook is her first novel.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 496 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 13/02/2014
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780718178147
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