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If My Father Loved Me (MP3)
Written by:
Rosie Thomas 
Read by:
Rula Lenska 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
14 hours  
MP3 size:
606 MB 
January 01 2021 
Available Date:
January 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; General Fiction; Literary Fiction; Sagas 
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In pursuing his own life, Sadie’s father ignored hers. Now that he’s dying, she looks back over the painful past she has tried to forget. The arrival of a woman from her father’s past starts a train of events Sadie cannot control.

Sadie's life is calm and complete. She is a mother, a good friend and the robust survivor of a marriage she deliberately left behind. She has come to believe that she has everything she wants – or deserves. But now her father is dying: the vital, elusive man who spent his life creating perfumes for other women is slipping away from her. When she realises that she can never make her peace with him, Sadie begins to look back over her childhood. In pursuing his separate life, Sadie's father ignored her, subjecting her to succession of 'aunties', leaving her loveless and alone. As Sadie confronts the truth about her father, her relationship with her son Jack appears to be breaking down and she is intent on saving it. Then the arrival of one of those fleeting women from her father's past starts a train of events that even Sadie cannot control ...

'Rosie Thomas writes with beautiful, effortless prose, and shows a rare compassion and a real understanding of the nature of love.'
The Times

'Uplifting tale of love and betrayal from the romantic novelist of the year.'
Daily Mail

'A terrific book, beautifully written … questions about identity, belonging, infidelity, dying and forgiveness make this a very moving study of the human heart.'
The Australian Women's Weekly