Below The Big Blue Sky

Below The Big Blue Sky by Anna McPartlin


ISBN
9781838770808
Published
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Paperback
Pages
512
Dimensions
129 x 198mm

'Well, that was a tearjerker! Anna McPartlin's Below the Big Blue Sky is a MORE than worthy follow-up to The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes' - Marian Keyes

So you want my dead child to wear an AC/DC Highway to Hell tour T-shirt into her grave?

There's no family quite like the Hayes, and yet they're just like any other - they love each other, they look out for each other and they drive each other mad. When their youngest, Rabbit, dies tragically at just forty, the Hayes are almost torn apart by their grief.
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'Well, that was a tearjerker! Anna McPartlin's Below the Big Blue Sky is a MORE than worthy follow-up to The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes' - Marian Keyes

So you want my dead child to wear an AC/DC Highway to Hell tour T-shirt into her grave?

There's no family quite like the Hayes, and yet they're just like any other - they love each other, they look out for each other and they drive each other mad. When their youngest, Rabbit, dies tragically at just forty, the Hayes are almost torn apart by their grief.

Without her beloved mum, twelve-year-old Bunny is adrift; without Rabbit, there can be no Bunny. Her Granny is concerned when Bunny insists on being called by her real name, Juliet. Even surrounded by the noise and chaos of the Hayes, Juliet feels lost and alone.

Rabbit's sister, Grace, has something else on her mind. She's got the gene that made her sister ill, and she hasn't told anyone yet. She doesn't know how to share the news that may break her family, but she knows she needs their support, now more than ever.

Despite squabbling over what Rabbit will wear at the wake and their dad burying himself in the past with his diaries, the Hayes family know there's only one way they'll get through this: together.

This huge-hearted novel is about grief, family, the messiness of life and finding humour in the most unexpected of places. Below the Big Blue Sky will make you laugh, cry and fill you with joy.
ISBN:
9781838770808
Publication Date:
04 / 05 / 2021
Pages:
512
Dimensions:
129 x 198mm

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