Another Night, Another Day

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Three people, each crying out for help.There’s Karen, about to lose her father; Abby, whose son has autism and needs constant care, and Michael, a family man on the verge of bankruptcy. As each sinks under the strain, they’re brought together at Moreland’s Clinic.Here, behind closed doors, they reveal their deepest secrets, confront and console one another, and share plenty of laughs. But how will they cope when a new crisis strikes? From the international bestselling author, Sarah Rayner, Another Night, ...

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Overview

Three people, each crying out for help.There’s Karen, about to lose her father; Abby, whose son has autism and needs constant care, and Michael, a family man on the verge of bankruptcy. As each sinks under the strain, they’re brought together at Moreland’s Clinic.Here, behind closed doors, they reveal their deepest secrets, confront and console one another, and share plenty of laughs. But how will they cope when a new crisis strikes? From the international bestselling author, Sarah Rayner, Another Night, Another Day is the emotional story of a group of strangers who come together to heal, creating lifelong friendships along the way.

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“Her strong, sympathetic characters feel drawn from life, and their real-world feelings and experiences get passed on to the reader. Another Day, Another Night is a powerful novel, a satisfying examination of mental health care and its impact on the world around us.” —Booklist

"Written from the heart." —The Bookseller

"A brilliant follow-up... Warm and approachable, with fascinating characters." —Essentials

"Thought-provoking." —The Sun

"An irresistible novel about friendship, family and dealing with life's blows." —Woman & Home

"A sympathetic insight into the causes and effects of mental ill-health as it affects ordinary people. Powerful." —My Weekly

"Rayner has done it again - with her knack of turning what at first seems an unlikely subject into a gripping read. She made me care desperately what happened to these people and their lives. A brilliant book." —The Brighton and Hove Independent

"A great read that fearlessly tackles how mental health problems can affect ordinary people. A difficult subject, written about with optimism and a light touch." Rosemary Allix, Coastway Radio

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781250055651
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 12/23/2014
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 689,689
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Sarah Rayner

SARAH RAYNER was born in London and now lives in Brighton with her partner. She worked for many years as an advertising copywriter and now writes fiction full time. Another Night, Another Day is her fifth novel.

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  • Posted December 31, 2014

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    In some ways, this is a difficult book to review. The storyline

    In some ways, this is a difficult book to review. The storyline is dealing with depression, not a story to get all excited about. Another Night, Another Day is a very well written character driven story following the lives of three individuals fighting very real demons in their lives. They find themselves in a clinic facing the truth of the lives they've been fighting. I found myself particularly drawn to Karen. I could relate to her grief process and some of her feelings and questions about her grief. Having lost my own dad two years ago, I found myself feeling as if I had no right to really grieve him since I had grieved so hard for my mom and because I knew it was coming. Another Night, Another Day brought out some of my own emotional baggage. Rayner really touched on a subject rarely talked about, but one we should...The story really opened my own eyes to the emotional toll others are going through around me that I have really never thought  about. I found the novel very eye opening. I walked away with a better understanding--I mean, wouldn't it be nice if you could have someone to talk to and to help us process our emotions before they get to be too much? Instead, we have a stigma attached to going off and talking to someone or taking a medication to help us when we have emotional overload. We view needing help as weak and yet walking though your emotional pain is extremely brave and far better for us then putting it off.




    While reading Another Night, Another Day I really was rooting for all the characters. Wanting them to find their footing again. I cheered for them and I cried with them.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 11, 2015

    This story is real!! I am so glad I was asked to review this bo

    This story is real!! I am so glad I was asked to review this book. I would find it hard to believe that anyone would not relate to this novel. Sarah Rayner writes a story that is like a “conversation with a friend”. She really brought to life struggles a lot of us have, that we do not care to discuss.
    There was one character that I truly related to. Karen. I bet you find one you relate to, as well!
    Karen, Abby and Michael all meet at a clinic for people dealing with emotional issues (and, other personal issues that interfere with one’s life, like alcohol addiction). As Karen learns how to deal with her struggles, I learned a lot about myself; and even took notes on how I could help myself when grief struck me. Each storyline had a connection to myself or someone I know. I think that is what I enjoyed best about the story…the real rawness of it. As it unfolded, I realized that this is a story a lot of us could benefit from reading…not only because we could learn something, but because it was truly entertaining.
    Karen is a woman that tends to put others first, always…leading her to a bit of a breakdown when her father passes away. Abby has so much responsibility caring for her son with autism, and the breakdown of her marriage…that she loses herself. Then, there is Michael who loses his business and control of his emotions. All three are admitted to the Moreland Place Clinic at about the same time.
    Slowly they begin to grow friendships amongst each other, through group sessions and evening time, when they would all watch TV or listen to music…and, one night of dancing at the clinic is a huge turn-around for everyone. There are quite a few peripheral characters that you also get to know and care for in addition to these three wonderful characters.
    After they are all released from the clinic and going about their daily lives, a tragedy strikes that could bring anyone to their knees. Karen, Abby and Michael will then find out if all of the coping mechanisms they learned at the clinic helped or not.
    As I was finishing the book, I mentioned to my husband that the last 100 pages of a book go a lot quicker than the first, because you already know everyone and their circumstances and you just cannot wait to find out what happens to them. That was certainly the case with this story.
    This is a real story of friendship and how our circumstances mold us in to who we are. And, how friends can help us make it through the good times and the bad.
    Read this book, and join Sarah Rayner’s “conversation”! I will be sharing this book with many friends. As I am sure you will do, once you close the book.

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  • Posted January 10, 2015

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings Three people ea

    Check out the full review at Kritters Ramblings

    Three people each are confronting different issues that have the ability to take a person to their knees and each of them do and must seek help to overcome each of the things they are dealing with.  

    I am so thankful that the author does not start the book in the clinic, but instead before each character goes there and gives each of the character a back story and some depth.  This definitely created a longer book, but I am so thankful for those moments.  I loved that these people would never have interacted without being introduced at the clinic and from there they are linked and will impact each other for a long time.  It was interesting to read how even though they were all at rock bottom, they could help each other.

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