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The Waiting Room-bookcover

By: Aidan McMahon

The Waiting Room

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Mark and Sarah meet and fall in love at university and while he thinks it will last forever, she isn’t quite so sure. Inevitably they drift apart bit by bit.

Over half a decade later the successful city lawyer meets her old postgraduate boyfriend and despite obvious differences in career success they start to fall in love all over again. Moving in is only the first step in their grown-up west London lives and despite all the fun, they start to feel their lives, while full, are not quite complete.

The Waiting Room tells the story of Sarah and Mark’s disappointment and pain in facing recurring loss and the frustrating journey navigating the complex world of IVF clinics and treatments. It follows them as they experience excitement, grief and ultimately resolution as they discover as much about themselves as they do about each other.

Aidan McMahon is a former full-time clinical embryologist who studied as an undergraduate and postgraduate at Trinity College, Dublin. He worked at a number of in vitro fertilisation clinics in Europe before moving to Canada to become a research fellow at McGill University, Montreal. He subsequently joined a large medical device manufacturing company and held various roles culminating with him becoming Director of Global Product Management in their Women’s Health and IVF business unit. He now lives and works in Dublin as a third-party consultant to the medical device industry while writing and looking after his two children.

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