About the Book:
Flora has always adored her brother Billy. Born just eighteen months apart, their childhood was spent like two peas in a pod – no one could separate them. Now, as adults, they remain the best of friends. And as Flora is immersed in family life, Billy is always there to lend a hand.
But, in just one day, everything changes.
In just one day, Flora’s life falls apart.
In just one day, Flora has to learn how to live again.
From the nostalgia of seaside Britain to the breath-taking beauty of Venice, in tears and laughter, join Helen McGinn for this emotional, uplifting and joyful story about love in all its guises. But above all, this is an unforgettable story of one little girl and the brother she adores.
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About the Author:
Helen McGinn is a much-loved wine expert on TV and in print and an international wine judge. She spent ten years as a supermarket buyer sourcing wines around the world before setting up her award-winning blog (and now best-selling wine book) The Knackered Mother’s Wine Club. She is the drinks writer for the Daily Mail and regularly appears on TV’s Saturday Kitchen and This Morning. Helen lives in the New Forest and Boldwood are publishing her debut women’s fiction title in Spring 2021
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In Just One Day is a heartbreaking yet uplifting novel about the loss of a son and brother and how to live again despite that loss.
It’s the first book I have reviewed by Helen McGinn and is powerful and sad.
The author deals with the hard parts of the plot in a way that they tell it like it is, but with a sensitivity towards the reader so that it is upsetting but respectfully written in a way that is captivating and made me want to keep going and never stop.
Far from shying away from difficult subjects, Helen mcGinn embraces them and I do too as I love a book that really grips me and makes me feel. In Just One Day is definitely one of those.
What makes the novel make a huge impression on me is that Flora and Billy are only eighteen months apart in age.
Thanks to Helen McGinn and Rachel’s Random Resources for my ARC in exchange for an honest and voluntary review.