This is different to my usual read of murder and mayhem. However, it was a thoroughly delightful story of friendship, kindness and love.
Lenni is 17 and has a life limiting illness and resides on May Ward which means she is looking at a limited lifespan. She meets Margot who is 83 years old who is waiting for a heart operation.
Margo and father Arthur provide Lenni with comfort and support during her remaining time. Lenni decides that as her own and Margot’s ages total 100 they should paint 100 pictures
Superbly written and, although sad, left me with positive and warm feelings.
Many thanks to NetGalley, Random House UK, Transworld Publishers and Marianne Cronin for my ARC of The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margot in return for my hones review.
Beautiful read. Highly recommended.