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Although I didn't cry, there were many many occasions during the story where I found a lump in my throat and was on the verge of tears. A lot of the time they were just one liners, but were so well written that they got to me.
In some respects you pretty much know how the book will end, almost before you begin, but to not read it would be so wrong. There is a great deal of hope, and I was crossing my fingers that my assumption on the finish would be incorrect, but regardless the story is brilliant.
Split into parts that signify each day that Rabbit Hayes is in the hospice, it really is a countdown, and as there were less and less pages left, I found myself dreading the next day signifier, just incase it was the last, as I didn't want to run out of book at any point.
Each Day, and chapter is split into multiple focal points, which thankfully have character subheaders to them, so you were always aware of who you are focusing on. Some of the characters we saw a lot of than others, and it was really helpful, as you got to know all the members of Rabbit's family in great details.
A lot of Rabbit's sections were her sleeping and reliving the past, specifically the just as heartbreaking story of her first and only love. I enjoyed reading Rabbit and Johnny's sections and early on at least there were some quite light hearted moments and some lovely conversations between the two.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am struggling through this book. It tells the story of Rabbit, who is a young woman and has terminal cancer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rosemary
Well written, emotive and funny book. Sounds strange to recommend a book that's about a woman dying in a hospice but really it's so much more than thatPublished 3 months ago by daisy
I loved the characters and the story and the writing was beautiful. I am just glad I didn't read it on a plane or train because I was either crying or laughing out loud... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Always Reading!
This book is following the last days of Rabbit and her family who's battle with cancer is finally lost. Read morePublished 4 months ago by steeps1824
Huge thanks to Alice at Transworld for sending me a copy of The Last Days Of Rabbit Hayes.
Firstly, I feel I should explain that I’m not a huge fan of cancer related... Read more
Enjoyed this a lot even though my friend is in a hospice . Molly is a great character. I would like to think I am like her. Sad but funny too. A good read .Published 4 months ago by S M Harris
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