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The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold is a must-read for any avid bookworm. We’ve seen the movie and, although it was well shot, nothing quite beats the book version.
This story begins with arguably one of the most engaging opening lines of the past few years in literature:
“My name was Salmon, like the fish; first name, Susie. I was fourteen when I was murdered on December 6, 1973.”
The tale follows the aftermath of the tragic murder of Susie Salmon, through the eyes of the victim herself. Join Susie on her journey recounting her death and moments of her life whilst she resides in some sort of limbo.
Expect intensity, a spot of humour and moments of heart-breakingly sad poignancy. This is a story about how life changes when someone is gone, the beautiful human connections that can grow from the loss and how the people we love never really leave us even in death.
THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED – THANKS FOR ALL THE ENTRIES AND WELL DONE TO SARAH SAINT, WHOSE ANSWER WAS CHOSEN AT RANDOM TO WIN THE BOOK
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GC articles show you one of four ways (the one in bold) to live greener…