Although Allnutt’s story of a father struggling with his son’s cancer diagnosis is incredibly heartbreaking, it’s beautifully written too. The beginning felt a little slow since you have to get introduced to how the parents of the boy meet, but once the story got going, I was hooked. There was a good dose of suspense too – even though you know the boy’s fate, there are other circumstances that had me turning the pages to find out what would happen. I also loved the England setting. Allnutt definitely has a wonderful way with words and sensitive subject matter.
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