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☆ How Not to Die Alone☆ Kindle By Ø Richard Roper church history – eiyo.us

How Not to Die Alone A darkly funny and life affirming debut novel for readers of Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine the story of one man who is offered a second chance at life and love when he develops an unexpected friendship if he can expose the white lie he told years ago that grew into so much.Andrew s day to day is a little grim, searching for next of kin for those who die alone Thankfully, he has a loving family waiting for him when he gets home, to help wash the day s cares away At least, that s what his coworkers believe.Andrew didn t mean for the misunderstanding to happen, yet he s become trapped in his own white lie The fantasy of his wife and two kids has become a pleasant escape from his lonely one bedroom with only his Ella Fitzgerald records for company But when new employee Peggy breezes into his life like a breath of fresh air, Andrew is shaken out of his routine She doesn t notice the wall he s been safely hiding behind and their friendship promises to break it down.Andrew must choose Does he tell the truth and start really living his life, but risk losing his friendship with Peggy Or will he stay safe and alone, behind the fa ade How Not to Die Alone is about the importance of taking a chance in those moments when we have the most to lose Sharp and funny, warm and real, it s the kind of big hearted story we all need. Download How Not to Die Alone By Richard Roper – eiyo.us

☆ How Not to Die Alone☆ Kindle By Ø Richard Roper church history – eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • How Not to Die Alone
  • Richard Roper
  • English
  • 23 January 2018
  • 0525539883

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  1. says:

    Find all of my reviews at a pickle this book has left me in I should have hated it because it contained my maybe only dealbreaker plotline one that 99.99999% of the time makes me Since I received an early copy, common courtesy says not to divulge too much and ruin things for everyone else Buuuuuuuuuut, Imma do it anyway because I don t think it s fair for readers to spend their dollars on books that they didn t know contained subject matter Find all of my reviews at a pickle this book has left me in I should have hated it because it contained my maybe only dealbreaker plotline one that 99.99999% of the time makes me Since I received an early copy, common courtesy says not to divulge too much and ruin things for everyone else Buuuuuuuuuut, Imma do it anyway because I don t think it s fair for readers to spend their dollars on books that they didn t know contained subject matter that they would have steered clear of if they had known about it, and I don t think it s fair for authors to get blasted with 1 Stars due to readers picking up something they should have never touched with a 10 foot pole But first, let s briefly go over what this book is even about, shall we How Not To Die Alone focuses on 42 year old Andrew Andrew works for the council as an organizer of pauper...


  2. says:

    This is a fast, chuckle inducing read with poignant moments of sadness and reflection Andrew s job is to go to the homes of the deceased and find out if they have any family and any money to pay for a funeral Sometimes the bodies have been rotting for months but no one realizes it until the money in the bank runs out and they can no longer pay bills through automatic deductions Andrew has lived alone for twenty years His parents are dead and he is largely estranged from his sister His entir This is a fast, chuckle inducing read with poignant moments of sadness an...


  3. says:

    3 Stars.Have you ever started a novel and known immediately that it was not for you and yet you kept going Such was the case with How Not to Die Alone This novel is about a man named Andrew, who works for the death registry his main job is to go to the homes of the recently deceased, determine if they have next of kin and or funds to pay for funeral expenses If they have no one, he makes sure to attend their funerals You see, he is alone an...


  4. says:

    Why I love itby Liberty HardyPrepare yourself for hilarity and heart squeezes in this life affirming novel about wait for it death Andrew has an unusual job for a civil servant He goes into the homes of deceased people who lived alone and searches their belongings for clues of any living relatives He is respectful and sensitive, and the job suits him Andrew himself lives a quiet life alone not that his coworkers know that For five years, due to a small error, he s allowed them to believe he Why I love itby Liber...


  5. says:

    Please note that I received this book via NetGalley This did not affect my rating or review.So, this was a thought provoking and sobering at times read I did laugh a few times, but a few times while finishing I thought to myself will I die alone and if I do, will anyone be left after to miss me and come round to check in on me.My family does a very good job of staying in touch with each other We do Polos videos everyday almost to each other We also text and sent pictures When I go home to Please note that I received this book via NetGalley This did not affect my rating or review.So, this was a thought provoking and sobering at times read I did laugh a few times, but a few times while finishing I thought to myself will I die alone and if I do, will anyone be left after to miss me and come round to check in on me.My family does a very good job of staying in touch with each other We do Polos videos everyday almost to each other We also text and sent pictures When I go home to visit my family I stop in on older relatives who are content for me to sit and watch them watch television mostly Lifetime It just never occurred to me to not see them and check in on them.This book shows us another side of those people who either lost loved ones, or didn t have any with them in the end I ended up loving Andrew for just making sure that someone besides the local vicar was there ...


  6. says:

    This book made me grateful for my life and remembered to appreciate what I have I even recognize the small things now that I usually take for granted nowadays A lot of people can relate to this, especially us the introverts Some of us are lucky than Andrew to have a family and companion of our own before we hit our forties and a comfortable job that we are proud of Andrew is a loner in his early forties and without REAL friends outside of home and work He s been living in a lie in the world This book made me grateful f...


  7. says:

    Ah this book is wonderful If it s possible to have a male equivalent of Eleanor Oliphant then Andrew is him Witty, likeable and so quintessentially British I loved everything from the quirky job Andrew holds it had never occurred to me before that this is an actual thing, but in hindsight, of course it is to his little white lies which start off innocently enough but continue to escalate.It s just so well written with that dead pan British humour undertone that makes you smile, despite yourse Ah this book is wonderful If it s possible to have a male equivalent of Eleanor Oliphant then Andrew is him Witty, ...


  8. says:

    DNF ed at 29% I thought the concept for How Not to Die Alone was really intriguing, but I ended up just not being able to connect with the story There were times were I found it relatable and funny and other times where I thought the humor fell pretty flat I read 29% before it started to lose my attention I decided to set it down to read something else and planned to come back to it, but after reading several other books I can t make myself pick this one ...


  9. says:

    Deserves every one of the 4 stars Andrew has one of the most interesting jobs He is the guy that goes into the homes of people seeming to not have any relatives or friends after they die His job is to look for any clue of a relative or friend or any hidden money or property to pay for their funerals I never thought about it before, but what happens to these people that have no one Apparently, they get a bare minimum casket and funeral that no one attends but Andrew That s until Peggy comes Deserves every one of the 4 stars Andrew has one of the most interesting jobs He is the guy that goes into the homes of people seeming to not have any relatives or friends after they die His job is to look for any clue of a relative or friend or any hidden money or property to pay for their funerals ...


  10. says:

    I rather enjoyed this zany take on life The characters were well written and had complex lives outside of work The job was quite the surprise.

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