'I loved it. It's such a warm-hearted, compassionate story, full emotional insight and hope for the future and so sensitively written' JILL CHILDS
'Rich, warm, humorous and tender' ALI MERCER
'Heart-warming, uplifting, inspiring . . . a compelling read' GRAEME SIMSION
Three years after the death of their beloved brother, all Daniel's sisters have left of him are their memories. They know he's helped others by donating his organs, but as miracles come true for the recipients, his own family are struggling with their devastating loss.
When Clare suggests that they find the people Daniel's death saved, her sisters have their doubts. Will meeting them help to bring the sisters back together, or will old tensions and surfacing secrets splinter the fragile family ties forever?
'A page turner from the first to the last - I fell in love with all the characters and was gripped by the plot. Everyone will be reading this fantastic, heart-warming book. This is Kylie Ladd at her very best' SALLY HEPWORTH
'A perfect book club read. I want everyone I know to read it too so we can talk about the wonderfully drawn O'Shea family and their dilemmas. Highly recommended' IMOGEN CLARK
'Told with warmth, compassion and humanity, I'll Leave You With This drew me in from the first page. Ladd blends depth and pace in this thought-provoking novel that is filled with hope and humour' JOANNA NELL
'Move over Jodi Picoult. Kylie Ladd creates ethical complications, then shows us both sides with uncanny insight into human nature. I inhaled this book!' FLEUR McDONALD
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About the Author
Kylie Ladd is a novelist, psychologist and freelance writer.
Her five previous novels have been published in Australia and overseas, and her latest, The Way Back, has been optioned for film.
She has also co-edited and co-authored two non-fiction books, and her essays and articles have been published in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald, Griffith Review, Meanjin, O Magazine, Good Medicine, Kill Your Darlings and Reader's Digest, amongst others.
Kylie holds a PhD in neuropsychology and lives in Melbourne with her husband and two children.