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The dream life was all written in italics and I found pages of italics hard to read. As a result, I tended to skim these. The relationship between Emma and her mother Meg is very believable.
Any mother who has had a seriously ill child, even if they are adult, could understand Meg and why she struggled so long to accept the ultimatum.
Emma is a spirited, character, stubborn and determined but likeable. Despite the heartbreaking situation there is a romance as well as a lot about family dynamics.
At times though I had to dip into something lighter just to relieve that tension. I picked this book up once and up it straight back down before I finally picked it up again and started.
It is one that will play on the emotions and likely produce tears, so I suggest you keep the tissue box close by. But I do admit to some tears. Even though it seemed a bit drawn out at times, this felt like an honest portrayal of how a family might react given these circumstances.
View 2 comments. Like the main character in the story, I too have a brain tumour, and since I was three years old have had to live the best I can with the damage and effects that it has had on me.
And I was nervous with this story, that I would dissolve into a mess of tears or that it would be too much for me.
But I was intrigued and so I started reading…and I was so glad I did. Wow — I was really blown away by what I read! Emma has been battling a brain tumor and is hopeful that finally she may get the all-clear, but instead her world is torn apart as the doctors tell her that there is nothing more that they can do.
As Emma realises there is so much that she will never be able to do, she decides that instead she will write a story in which she achieves all of her dreams… I LOVED this story.
From the first moment I liked Emma as a character. I in particular could identify with her, I knew how she was feeling as she sat in the corridoor waiting to go in to see the consultant for the results, I knew the anxiety and fear she felt.
Emma is such a strong character and I very much admired her determination. A illness such as this affects not only the individual but also the friends and family of that person, and it was heartbreaking to read about Meg as she tried to deal with and come to terms with it all.
Another Way To Fall is emotional, it is moving and it is heartbreaking. But it is also a powerful story of hope, and of love between family and friends.
Amanda Brooke has written this book with such delicacy and care and I feel as though each word has been carefully selected. I was gripped throughout and I am definitely recommending this beautifully written novel.
How am I supposed to sum up this book in a spoiler free review? When I received the email from Harper Collins asking if I would be interested in this book I cried at the synopsis.
I figured if the book could draw that kind of emotion from me with just the synopsis then I had to read the whole book.
When the book arrived I quickly rushed through the book I had been reading so that I could get to this one. The longest session being last night, where I read until 1 am and I only put the book down because my face was so wet from the tears that had fallen.
I finished reading the last pages this morning whilst my children played, but clearly I should have waited until they were in bed because the whole time I was met by concerned looks and hugs to make me feel better as once again the tears flowed freely.
One of the hardest parts of this book was reading the story that Emma was writing. The life she would have lived if her diagnosis had been different.
In some ways this was more heart wrenching than her real life, probably because she knew she would never have the chance to do the things she had written about.
Brooke has written an amazingly poignant book. One that I can see myself reading again. When I was asked to review Another Way to Fall, I was torn.
I am known to like the slightly more depressing books that are on offer rather than the cheery chick-lit, but I wasn't sure if even I could handle this one as it was going to strike a somewhat personal chord.
This is a book about a woman with a terminal brain tumour. Earlier this year, I was diagnosed with Pseudotumour Cerebri, a rare problem that is thankfully not life-threatening, but it means that I will live with the symptoms of a b When I was asked to review Another Way to Fall, I was torn.
Earlier this year, I was diagnosed with Pseudotumour Cerebri, a rare problem that is thankfully not life-threatening, but it means that I will live with the symptoms of a brain tumour for the rest of my life.
As you'll be able to tell, my curiosity overpowered my slight wariness, and it didn't take me long to pick this book up and start reading. We're introduced to Emma as she awaits to receive her results from the hospital, letting her know whether or not she is clear of cancer.
Emma is hopeful that the news will be good and that she will be able to continue her life in a healthy, happy manner. Unfortunately, the results are far from positive and she is told that unfortunately nothing more can be done as her tumour is terminal.
This book tells the story of Emma, her friends and her family coming to terms with her inevitable passing. Of course, this news is both devastating for Emma and the people around her.
One thing that struck me about this book was just how normal the characters were - they were very realistic and so it was so easy to imagine yourself in their position.
Emma was an extremely strong character, but again, she was also very realistic and acted as I suspect a lot of people would in her situation.
We get to learn a lot about all of the characters through the way that they react to bad news but it works really well - it gives us a true feeling of them as raw characters and what they're truly like.
As well as meeting Emma, we meet several other characters, the most prominent ones being Ben, her romantic interest, her mother Meg and sister Louise.
I also have to give a special mention to Iris and her friend, the two complaining old ladies who helped add a spark of humour to a dark time and really helped to liven the novel up a bit!
It was interesting to see how each character interacted with the other and in particular, I found the relationship between Emma and her mother, Meg, to be the most touching.
I think that Meg was the character that I could connect to most - whether you are someone's daughter or someones mother, I'd imagine that knowing you're about to lose each other, for most people, is a very difficult one.
I can't put really put the emotions into words, but Brooke has done a spectacular job of describing such a strong relationship. Undoubtedly, I found the saddest scenes to be those between Emma and Meg, both realising that they would be parting from each other.
Whilst it felt different, I did really enjoy reading about Emma's relationship with Ben. It was quite obvious that they were going to end up together and I did find myself both rooting for them and feeling a little upset and knowing their time was limited.
As well as reading about Emma's real life, we get to read the book that she has planned to write before she dies - a story of hope, a story of Emma with an all-clear diagnosis who goes on and has the exact life she will miss.
It was really interesting to see what Emma valued most and what she would have done had she gotten the all-clear.
Though the book she is writing holds a somewhat fantasy world for her, with the help of Ben, she actually manages to achieve a lot of positive things and enjoyable experiences in her real life.
Ben was truly the perfect man to Emma, not pushing her but encouraging her and surprising her, allowing her to do the things that she thought she couldn't do.
It was difficult but understandable to see Emma push Ben away, but I am so glad that we got to read of their time together.
It was lovely getting lost in their thoughts and adventures and for some moments forgetting the awful thing inside her head.
When you have a brain tumour, it's unfortunately very difficult to let go and forget about it for a while, but Brooke allowed Emma some freedom, whilst still managing to make sure we knew she was battling something that has no remorse.
I thought that Brooke did a good job of describing the tumour that Emma had and portraying the symptoms without overcomplicating things.
Personally, I found reading a lot of the symptoms or bad episodes that Emma had, quite difficult to read due to having the same symptoms!
The author clearly knows what she is talking about, what she is tackling and she handles it with just the right amount of both sincerity and delicacy.
Overall, this was a very well written book that I would recommend to any adult who thinks that they would 'enjoy' probably not the most appropriate word reading about the subject matter.
Brooke hasn't just wrote about a brain tumour, but instead she has written about independence, hope and love.
She has allowed us to really think of what we value, or what we dream to do. I really admire Brooke for writing this book, she has such a natural talent and sensitivity that shines through.
I will certainly be looking forward to picking up more of her books in the future. View 1 comment. The synopsis sounded like something Jodi Picoult might write, and I was incredibly intrigued about the dual-storyline involving Emma.
Until a Friday afternoon, where I picked it back up and dived straight back in, finishing it in a matter of hours. Another Way To Fall is probably the most emotional novel I will read this year.
But I will tell you right here, right now, Another Way To Fall made me cry. I spent the last 15 pages with tears streaming down my face.
Amanda actually does have that knowledge of a cancer fight, having seen it first hand with her son and the writing was just so powerful and consuming.
Yep, it was bittersweet to read at times, but it was also so hopeful. You really root for Emma — both versions of her, the real and the fictional.
I loved the love story with Ben, beautiful Ben, the perfect foil for Emma. Another Way To Fall just blew me away completely. I look forward to reading more from her because she is really, really talented and knows how to pull at the heartstrings.
Time taken to read - 6 days Publisher - HarperFiction HarperCollins Blurb From Goodreads What would you do if you could write the story of your life?
After battling a brain tumour twenty-nine year old Emma thinks she is in the clear, but her world comes crashing down around her when she is told her fight was in vain, and there is nothing more the doctors can do.
She imagin Time taken to read - 6 days Publisher - HarperFiction HarperCollins Blurb From Goodreads What would you do if you could write the story of your life?
She imagines all the things she would have done, the places she would have seen, the husband she would have shared her life with and the family they would have raised.
And, mysteriously, as she writes her story, she starts to notice that some of her dreams seem to be coming true. Now with a real love in her life, and her fading hope burning brighter, reality and fiction start to become blurred.
As she writes their life-long love story Emma dares to believe that anything is possible, but can she really change her fate?
My Review Emma is 29, sitting in the doctors office waiting to hear if her cancer is gone. Her life has been on hold and now is her chance to get it back on track.
However the news she receives is far from positive and Emma has to face the harsh reality that there is nothing more to be done. Schaue jetzt Lilly Schönauer - Für immer und einen Tag.
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Merke dir den Film jetzt vor und wir benachrichtigen dich, sobald er verfügbar ist. Film vormerken. Julia Cencig. Johanna-Christine Gehlen.
Wolfgang Hübsch. Markus Knüfken. Michael Roll. Gila von Weitershausen. Bibiane Zeller. Verena Kurth. Holger Barthel. Spelling eröffnet ihr nach etlichen Untersuchungen dass sich ihre gesundheitliche Lage extrem Sie wollte einen tollen Mann heiraten, Kinder haben und mit dem Mann ihrer Träume alt werden, doch Emma hat Krebs.
Der Tumor in ihrem Kopf ist gewachsen. Emma hat nur noch knapp ein Jahr zu leben. Anstatt ihren Traum von der eigenen Familie leben zu dürfen, fängt sie an ihren Traum aufzuschreiben.
Und dann verliebt Emma Fast fünf Jahre hat Emma geschafft, fast fünf Jahre ohne Krebs. Doch dann bekommt sie mit 29 die niederschmetternde Nachricht: Der Krebs ist zurück und diesmal stehen die Chancen mehr als schlecht.
Die Ärzte geben ihr noch ein gutes Jahr und das gerade jetzt, wo Emma endlich ihren Mut zum Leben wiedergefunden hat und nach Jahren des Stillstands wieder Pläne schmiedet.
Was wäre, wenn du die Geschichte deines Lebens selbst schreiben könntest? Also beginnt Emma, Aber gut, fange ich noch mal von vorne an: Ich finde die Idee wundervoll.
Solche Bücher gehen mir normalerweise immer direkt ans Herz und ich lese sie einfach super gerne. Ab und zu brauche ich eine Dosis dieser irgendwie schon rührenden Geschichten, die mich bewegen.
Daher ging ich Mit eigenen Worten Emma ist 29 Jahre alt, sie hat einen bösartigen Tumor in ihrem Kopf, der ihr nicht nur teilweise die Sehkraft, sondern auch bald ihr Leben nehmen wird.
Emma will und kann sich nicht damit zufrieden geben, dass sie sterben muss, sie wollte noch so viel erleben. Also beginnt sie ein Buch zu schreiben, ein Buch über ihr Leben, wie es aussehen könnte, wenn dort nicht der Feind in ihrem Kopf sitzen würde und darauf wartet sie umzubringen.
Sie hat noch soviele Träume. Sie möchte im Beruf aufsteigen, heiraten und Kinder bekommen. Vor allem der Kinderwunsch scheint mächtiger als alle anderen Wünsche.
Mit einem Freund an der Seite, der sie nicht Meine Meinung Geschichte Schon der Einstieg in die Geschichte ist sehr gefühlsecht. Emma bekommt von ihrem Arzt die Diagnose das ihr Gehirntumor zurück ist.
Auch wenn sie und ihre Mutter es in dem Moment noch nicht richtig war wahr haben wollen, wollen sie wissen wie lange Emma noch zu leben hat.