Book Review: The A-Z of Everything by Debbie Johnson

PUBLISHER: Harper

PAGES: 432

PUBLICATION DATE: 20th April 2017

The A-Z of Everything is such an emotional, moving and yet uplifting story. In true Debbie Johnson style, she presents us with lots of humorous and witty moments all wrapped up in a rollercoaster of emotions.

Andrea is dying without having had the chance of seeing her daughters, Rose and Poppy, who have fallen out over a decade ago, re-united. On her deathbed she carefully lays plans on how to bring her daughters closer together after her death.

I truly loved everything about this book. Each letter of the alphabet takes the storyline to another level as we get to learn so much more about the sister’s and also Andrea’s life. The focus of this book is very much on family and relationships. Debbie’s writing style is just amazing. It is clear to see how much research and thought she must have put into this book to create such an easy-flowing and natural storyline.

I’ve read most of Debbie’s previous books and very much enjoyed all of them, but The A-Z of Everything is my favourite yet.

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