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By: Oliver Carey

This Is It

Pages: 572 Ratings: 4.3
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Eddy is in a relationship that is crumbling around him. He starts to wonder if it is him that is the fault. He uses this time to reflect, to claw back and try to save against all odds the possibility that two people, himself and Beth-Annie can unite once more, just like they did at the beginning. During his personal search he delves into his past relationships. Thinks about where they went wrong. If he can use any of those failings to make this a success. He then aims to leave. Aims to try to get back on track by disconnecting. Just when he thinks he can do it, his life changes completely. He then starts a different journey. Different people get involved and he starts to look forwards, never back ever again, alone but not alone…

Oliver Carey grew up in East Sussex, England. Reading and writing was a way for him to remember and embrace what was happening around him. He would walk with a dictaphone to describe something like a fragrance with eyes shut to learn how to feel his surroundings. This Is It is his first book to date, after writing many short pieces of work. A novel which has taken him on journeys over time to develop.

Customer Reviews
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  • Delassise

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book involving a young man's relationships.
    He is very interested in traveling, and the history, and the art of the countries he visited.
    Very detailed and exciting book.
    I would recommend it and would read it again.

  • Rob

    Interesting book. Not sure what to expect at first but the detail on history was quite intense and you forgot that this was a story at times but you kept coming back to the struggles of a man with work and love issues. Overall a good read.

  • Rob C

    Did not really know what this book would be about but very soon realized that it was not only a story of a person's complicated love life but a bit of a history lesson. A trip to Spain becomes a bit of a Wish you were Here TV Programme! Interesting book and worth persevering with the small print and length as a twist at the end.

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