The Nine Lives of Rose Napolitano
by Donna Freitas
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Pub Date 13 May 2021 | Archive Date 1 Apr 2022
HarperCollins UK, HarperFiction, HarperCollins
‘Honest and original, Rose Napolitano is a story for every woman – for anyone who’s wondered “what if?”, for anyone who’s wondered where a different path might lead’ Dawn O’Porter
NINE PATHS TO THE REST OF HER LIFE…
One day, Rose Napolitano’s marriage ends.
Her husband wants a baby – but motherhood has never been part of the plan.
One day, Rose Napolitano’s marriage survives.
She loves her husband. Could she reimagine her future?
Nine different lives.
Following the butterfly effect of one life-defining choice, nine times over, The Nine Lives of Rose Napolitano winds through all the paths and decisions that shape a life. It cuts to the heart of what it means to be a woman. Every expectation, every choice, every path, every outcome – every piece of oneself that’s lost and found along the way…
For every woman there are many stories.
These are Rose’s.
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Average rating from 38 members
Absolutely loved this book! A gorgeous and page-turning exploration of motherhood and choosing a different path with well-drawn characters and a compelling voice, this is one of my favourite reads of 2021.
This was a wonderful read, focusing on a “revolving doors” scenario and how each of our decisions can make or break the future. Absolutely recommended!
Which of us hasn't wondered what might have happened if we had taken this path instead of that, made that decision instead of the one we ended up making, met a certain person at a different point in our lives? This book takes all these thoughts and runs with them in a clever and thought-provoking narrative that makes you realise that different doesn't necessarily mean better or worse. A really excellent read
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