Eudora Honeysett is Quite Well, Thank You
‘Like a hot cup of tea on a wintry afternoon – absolute comfort’ Reader review
‘Wow – definitely my book of the year… in my all time top ten!’ Reader review
‘This is undoubtedly one of the best books that I have read this year’ Reader review
‘An exquisitely poignant tale of life, friendship and facing death… Everyone should read this book’ Ruth Hogan, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Keeper of Lost Things
Eudora Honeysett is done – with all of it. Having seen first-hand what a prolonged illness can create, the eighty-five-year-old has no intention of leaving things to chance. With one call to a clinic in Switzerland she takes her life into her own hands.
But then ten-year-old Rose arrives in a riot of colour on her doorstep. Now, as precocious Rose takes Eudora on adventures she’d never imagined she reflects on the trying times of her past and soon finds herself wondering – is she ready for death when she’s only just experienced what it’s like to truly live?
A heartfelt story of life, death, friendship and family perfect for fans of Gail Honeyman. *Shortlisted for the RNA Contemporary Romantic Novel of the Year Award*
Readers love Eudora!
‘I have to say this is the best book that I have ever read! Being in my 40s I’ve read a lot of books!’ Lyn
‘One of those that I will always remember…it really has touched me like no other book has’ Sylvia
‘I read this book in one sitting because the characters were so real I didn’t want to leave them’ Cheryl
‘One of the most uplifting and heartwarming books of 2020’ Kelly
‘Absolutely the book we need right now…Uplifting, warm and all about the power of friendship, this book felt like a tonic to the madness of the world’ Andi
‘One heroine I will never forget…We all need friends like Eudora, Stanley and Rose in our lives. Their kindness is a shining light in these stormy times’ Celia Anderson, bestselling author of 59 Memory Lane
‘Strikes a winning balance, reaching deep feelings while avoiding the traps of sentimentality’ Publishers Weekly
‘Unique and wonderful…a sensitive examination of human connections’ Kirkus Reviews