The Donor - Helen Fitzgerald. Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Helen Fitzgerald / ISBN: : 0571254373 / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Faber and Faber
Newest Review: ... but even that was denied to him when he had to cope with two girls on his own. Of course I gave him Brownie points for being ... more
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by - written on 30/11/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
My sister gave this book to me and at first I was not sure if it was my type of book since I've read a lot of this type by other writers. I also found out it was actually one my 17-year-old niece had bought, so this seemed to be a young adult fiction. The storyline is short though so I thought I'd give it a try. The Plot. Will Marion is an unassuming sort of guy with twin daughters and a boring job selling time-shares for his parents. His wife, Cynthia, run out on him when the girls were babies and she's not been near them since. However, when one of the twin's Kay falls ill with Kidney failure it's going to take a kidney donor and although Will is ... Read the complete review
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