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by Derek Haines
Pages: 172 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 21, 2012)
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There’s nothing more we can do except keep you as comfortable as possible. ‘You’ll just drug me up to the gills you mean. ‘Well, without the medication you’d be in considerable pain n?’‘Days.
There’s nothing more we can do except keep you as comfortable as possible. A couple of weeks perhaps. ‘Not the best news I’ve had today Do. ‘I’m sure it’s not, but you’ve always asked me to be up front with you. I wish I could give you a better prognosis. ‘And to think, I first came to see you just because I had a sore back and thought I’d pulled a muscle,’ he half laughed
One Last Love : Derek Haines. This unique look at end of life set in a place where one hopefully finds caring compassion from those around. The listener gets to examine their thoughts and feelings through those of the characters. Hopefully there is time for one last love
One Last Love : Derek Haines. Hopefully there is time for one last love. Little bits of dry humor rounds out this book. I will be looking for more of Derek Haines work. The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed. Harry Roger Williams III voice is a gift to this story. I was given One Last Love : Derek Haines
Would you like me to find some books for you?’ ‘Hardly worth the bother really.
Cover image: Photo courtesy of Pennywise. Would you like me to find some books for you?’ ‘Hardly worth the bother really. Probably won’t live long enough to finish on. ‘As you wish,’ she said in such a matter of fact way that Bonnie decided he quite appreciated her frankness. So, you need a few things I hear. ‘Well, not really sure how I should dress for this. ‘Casual and comfortable I’d say.
One Last Love is a beautifully written book by Derek Haines. The main character, Bonnie, comes to terms with his life after he is diagnosed with a terminal illness. He is forced to examine how he has lived his life and come face-to-face with his checkered past. While I knew the book couldn't have a happily ever after in the traditional romance genre sense, I had high expectations when I started reading this. Fortunately I was well satisfied. Without giving away any spoilers, I was pleased on how engaging the hero/heroine interacted with each other and their feelings developed realistically.
I won’t give away too many details, but let me suffice it to say that Derek Haines has written something unforgettable here, with ‘One Last Love. It’s one of those stories you feel deserves a movie version.
When it comes to love, it's never too lat. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. In fact, I hated to see it en. "Wow, some people have the ability to make you feel the story through their words. I won’t give away too many details, but let me suffice it to say that Derek Haines has written something unforgettable here, with ‘One Last Love. A deeply touching tale about finding love in the most unlikely of places-a place where death prevails more than hope-One Last Love is at once inspiring and uplifting and reassuring.
However, Derek Haines book revealed a lighter side of life in a hospice, where friendships and even love can blossom. Derek Haines is a born writer and I never know what to expect from him except to expect the unexpected
However, Derek Haines book revealed a lighter side of life in a hospice, where friendships and even love can blossom. Derek Haines is a born writer and I never know what to expect from him except to expect the unexpected. Excellent story about terminal illness, and the emotional journey of Bonnie, the main character
His days of love, warmth and tenderness well past and all that was left were his last few quiet years to grow old.
Select Format: Paperback. His days of love, warmth and tenderness well past and all that was left were his last few quiet years to grow old. Alone, yet content.
Derek Haines writes like a surgeon with a scalpel: he knows, with uncanny precision, which parts of human nature he must touch with his blade, or pen, that is. And I’m hoping Haines writes more, and soon-One Last Love shouldn’t be his One Last Novel, but rather, just one in . . And I’m hoping Haines writes more, and soon-One Last Love shouldn’t be his One Last Novel, but rather, just one in a string of what I believe are future bestsellers. Two thumbs up for this wonderful story.
Derek Haines is an author of a number of books, however, he spends most of his time blogging, making technology go wrong, and being a rather senior ESL English teacher. Born in Australia, but now living in Switzerland with his wife and his black Cocker Spaniel, he spends most of his time trying to make technology work again, after inadvertently breaking it. It's a painful process, yet such an effective self-study method to acquire new technology skills. As a writer - I can change adroitly into the first person, and say that I love what I do and where I live, and also, that I am a Douglas. Of course, throughout the story there is despair and hopelessness at every turn-you feel it each time Bonnie makes a little joke to lighten up the situation.