The View on the Way Down by Rebecca Wait

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It lingers with you, and for those who have suffered similar things, it echoes truth.
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An astonishing and powerfully moving debut novel. This novel will open your eyes and break your heart It is the story of Emma's two brothers - the one who died five years ago and the one who left home on the day of the funeral and has not returned since. It is the story of her parents - who have been keeping the truth from Emma, and each other. It is a story you will want to talk about, and one you will never forget.
 

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Rebecca Wait has been writing for as long as she can remember and has won numerous prizes for short stories and plays. She wrote The View on the Way Down in the evenings whilst working as a teaching assistant. Rebecca lives in London. You can find her online at: rebeccawait.com and twitter.com/rebeccawait.
 
Published April 11, 2013 by Picador. 320 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Matt Haig on Apr 12 2013

It lingers with you, and for those who have suffered similar things, it echoes truth.

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