Paul is only 36 when he’s diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. A brilliant neurosurgeon, saving people is part of his DNA. But this time around, he’s the one who needs saving.
Where is the line between hope and madness?
Your two worst fears … losing your child and losing your mind.
The Who Moved My Cheese? story is simple and easy to understand. Even though it was written long ago, it’s still relevant today. I recommend it for everyone experiencing change.
“The air was still, like the world was holding its breath. The neighbourhood was silent. Before there would have been people walking dogs, people jogging, moms with strollers. Not now. Now there was silence.”
“To say I love this book is an understatement. It’s a deep psychological mystery about the power of motherhood, the intensity of teenage love, and the danger of perfection. It moved me to tears.” – Reese Witherspoon
The real significance of this book lies in the fact that it tells us more about the everyday life of black South Africans. It delves into the essence of black family life and the secret anguish of family members who often battle to cope. – Niq Mhlongo
Getting Naked Later by Kate Hurley is not what I expected it to be, but mature people who’ve been single for a long time will relate.
Delia Owens wrote an engaging story that I devoured in a few days. It’s a brilliant book. I simply loved it.
A confident woman is not afraid of being wrong. She realises she can recover from her mistakes.
“One of South Africa’s most brilliant writers of this generation.” – Itch