The Collected Regrets of Clover
By Mikki Brammer
A big-hearted and life-affirming novel that turns the normally taboo subject of death into a reason to celebrate life!
The Collected Regrets of Clover is the burst of hopefulness we need right now. A sparkling debut novel from Australian Mikki Brammer, which reminds us all to live our best life with fewer regrets.
‘A beautiful, uplifting novel about unexpected friendship, a decades-old love story, and finding the courage to live your best life.’ Lucy Diamond, author of An Almost Perfect Holiday
‘Warm, profound, and expertly told . . . This is one of those special books that will leave a handprint on your heart.’ Emma Brodie, author of Songs in Ursa Major
In her work as a ‘death doula’, Clover Brooks ushers people peacefully through their last days, collecting their final words into three notebooks: ADVICE, CONFESSIONS and REGRETS.
But Clover spends so much time with the dying that she’s forgotten how to live . . .
Can her clients’ hard-won wisdom – and the inspiring love story of a spirited old woman named Claudia – show Clover the way to a happy ending?
After all, what’s the point of giving someone a beautiful death if you can’t give yourself a beautiful life?
‘What a beautiful story . . . This book will be one that I remember for a long time, and it’s a story that we can all learn something from.’ Ruth Hogan, author of The Keeper of Lost Things
‘I couldn’t put this book down . . . a tender, charming delight, perfect for anyone who loves The Authenticity Project or Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.’ K J Dell’Antonia, author of The Chicken Sisters
About the author:
Mikki Brammer is an Australian journalist currently based in New York. She spent her childhood in Tasmania surrounded by a flock of quirky great aunts and uncles who instilled her with a passion for adventure, curiosity – and storytelling. She has spent the past nine years writing about design, architecture and art for publications including Architectural Digest, Dwell and Lonely Planet. The Collected Regrets of Clover is her first novel.