‘May We Be Forgiven’ – A.M Homes

London, May 2014

‘This isn’t so much about time on my hands as life in my hands. And it’s life as currency. Where am I going to spend it? What’s the best value? I’m limited only by what I can dream and allow myself to risk…it seems pointless to go on for the sake of going on if there isn’t some larger idea, some sense of enhancing the lives of others.’

This was very surprisingly uplifting – a feel good book, despite the start and the first half.

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