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Fiona Maye is a respected High Court judge, renowned for her exactitude and calm professionalism. But when her husband of 30 years standing shocks her with an unreasonable request, she finds her life in crisis. At precisely the same time, she is ordered to try a new case. It is an urgent matter of life and death, bringing science and religion into direct conflict - and at its centre is a beautiful adolescent boy with the whole of his life ahead of him. Exactly the kind of case where a small error of judgement might have grave and lasting consequences
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"A wonderfully readable and thought-provoking book"
Bristol Magazine||"A short novel that will linger in your mind for a long time"
Woman's Weekly||"Another beautifully written masterpiece"
Beyond||"relevant, emotive, moving, this is beautifully written and a guaranteed page turner"
H Edition||"One of our best authors at his best."
Hertfordshire Life||"One of my favourite authors. McEwan's fascination with judicial issues, with music and poetry, and with the moral conundrum of how far you place your religious beliefs above the life of someone you love, all feature in this book which will leave you thinking long after you have finished it."