The caption on the front cover likens it to One Day; it is not that good! The first few chapters jump about in time, so little hard to get into. It does get better, but it has not got the same humour on poingency as One day.
The title and mention of novels such as Austin in the description may suggest it has words of wisdom about those. However novels are mentioned in passing and do not really contribute to the plot,
Overall although readable, but not a must read.
Lovely heart on top. Good but not outstanding hot chocolate.
Great food in cafe. I had a lovely piece of blue cheese quiche and an interesting salad featuring grains, cauliflower and pomegranates. Followed by hot chocolate.
There are lots of menu choices for vegatarians and even some for vegans.
Pretty floor tiles at the foot of the stairs. The cafe is split across 3 floors so cute small rooms. Lots of wood and colourful cushions.
Telling how blood not needed as so few survivors, like in my account when I was surprised so few surprises. Source: 9/11/01 Fifteen Years Later 9/11/16