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By: Amy Taylor Cook

Sometime in August

Pages: 206 Ratings: 5.0
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Sometimes you need a lifetime to tell a story. Sometimes you only need four days.


Heather Thompson is a 20-year-old with an arguably great life: the makings of a dream career, supportive friends and family, and a relationship lifted right out of a romance novel.


But that doesn’t mean she isn’t struggling.


Sometime in August is an honest, no-holds-barred account of mental ill-health in a young adult, which follows four life-changing days in Heather’s life.

Amy Taylor Cook has been an aspiring author since she could hold a pen. Her debut novel Sometime in August is based partly on her own experiences with mental health, and it aims to discuss the topic in a blunt and relatable manner.


Amy grew up in East Kilbride, Greater Glasgow, where she currently lives with her fiancé along with pet snails and a huge collection of books.

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  • John Donnelly

    Sometime in August is raw, honest, funny and incredibly important in a time where the struggles of mental illness have never been more prevalent, but also never more overlooked. The book gives no apology for its detail, humour and real depiction of how overtaking mental health can be. Bloody great ❤️

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