"One More Day" is a story of endings and new beginnings. Ultimately, in the words of playwright Natalie Symons, the book is "...a tender celebration of life."
ONE MORE DAY SHINES A LIGHT on the surprising depth and complexity of Grace Woods Care Center, where the facility itself is small, yet the emotional world is expansive. While grieving and loss play a part in this world, so do love, joy, and compassion. The novel is told in four voices: Thomas, a retired anthropologist who approaches aging with curiosity; Lillian, a woman with dementia trying to ﬁnd her way home; Sally, a compassionate caregiver blindsided by love; and Beth, the center director, who strives to maintain quality care through difﬁcult changes.