We Are All Made of Stars by Rowan Coleman - tissues at the ready!


I loved Rowan's last read, The Memory Book (read my review here), so when We Are All Made of Stars, landed on my desk I got the tissues at the ready and was ready to dive in. 

After just 20 pages, tissues were advisable. It was a weep fest. 

Here's what it's about: 

Stella works nights at the hospice where she is a nurse. Married to a soldier who has just returned from Afghanistan, she leaves the house each night as he is unable to sleep due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  
During her nursing shifts, Stella writes the final letters of her patients outlining their wishes and then posts them after their death.
But one night she gives her patient one last chance at redemption if she delivers it in time. And with her own battle that she’s fighting, will Stella get a happy ending too...?

This lovely book will leave you with a smile on your face and a tear in your eye. It's a really special read. 

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