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Undying

A Love Story

By (author) Michel Faber
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Published: 7th Jul 2016
Dimensions: w 144mm h 220mm d 18mm
Weight: 278g
ISBN-10: 1782118543
ISBN-13: 9781782118541
Barcode No: 9781782118541
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How can you say goodbye to the love of your life?In Undying Michel Faber honours the memory of his wife, who died after a six-year battle with cancer. Bright, tragic and candid, these poems are an exceptional chronicle of what it means to find the love of your life. And what it is like to have to say goodbye.All I can do, in what remains of my brief time,is mention, to whoever cares to listen,that a woman once existed, who was kindand beautiful and brave, and I will not forgethow the world was altered, beyond recognition,when we met.

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Beautiful and deeply moving . . . a story of courage and the persistence of hope even in the darkest times -- Allan Massie * * Scotsman * * The darkest elegies can soar to the stars, transforming grief into luminous beauty . . . tender, devastating . . . This is the most moving book I've read this year, as full of courage as grace * * Daily Mail * * Reflecting on life and love and death . . . this is a very powerful collection . . . incredibly rich -- Cathy Rentzenbrink * * Monocle * * Michel Faber addressed these love poems to his wife after her death. They are lucid, tender and wise, and they pulse with this fine writer's intelligence -- Ian McEwan A thing of tender, painful beauty * * Stylist * * I was touched by the spirit of these poems, their vulnerably sober and steady way of addressing grief -- Christopher Reid Heart-breaking, tender, intimate, harrowing . . . this is a stunning testimony to love -- Mary Costello Searing yet beautiful -- Richard Holloway A painful little treasure -- Christopher Brookmyre