The Notekeeper (Hannah Treave)
‘Those last few words don't just help the dying; they can help save the lives of those left behind’
Following a tragedy, Zoe flees Australia and makes a life for herself in the UK. Now working as a care nurse in The Oaks hospice, and knowing just how much comfort last words can bring, Zoe has taken it upon herself to become a notekeeper – writing down the final thoughts of her patients and delivering them to their loved ones.
Zoe’s new boss, Ben, isn't happy about her getting so involved in the residents’ lives. But even as the two clash, they discover they have more in common than either could have ever imagined.
As Zoe learns to confront her past and her own grief, her heart can finally begin to mend. With the broken pieces slowly becoming whole, will she cope when her world is shattered once more?
A captivating, moving story that will make you laugh and cry, perfect for fans of Jojo Moyes, Dani Atkins and Libby Page.
Praise for The Notekeeper
‘One of the most uplifting and life-affirming books I have ever read. I laughed, I cried and I still find myself thinking about it now, days after finishing. Poignant and memorable, this is one not to be missed.’