A Thousand Rooms
Katie is thirty-two, single, and works in advertising.
She’s also dead.
Distracted by a text from an ex, she wanders into traffic and… that’s it. No more dates, no more job, no more Friday night drinks with her best friend. And no more working with Jeremy, aka The One That Got Away.
Now she’s a lost soul wandering the streets of Sydney, hitching rides with the dying to find her way to… wherever she’s supposed to be.
But Heaven, it seems, is harder to get to than she’s been led to believe. And who is the handsome blond stranger she keeps running into?
It turns out life still holds surprises, even when you’re dead.
What do critics think of A Thousand Rooms?
‘what I loved, loved, loved about this book was the incredibly touching and heartfelt expressions of human emotions, particularly grief and sorrow and, ultimately, of pure love.’
‘This is one of those rare books I simply couldn’t put down.’
‘Highly recommended for those who like strong female characters, coming-of-age narratives, and true love — just keep the tissues nearby!’
‘This is a touching, beautifully written book with well developed characters that will make you alternately laugh and weep.’
‘There are so many important life lessons in this book, and it really made me examine the way that I view things in my own life.’
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