Dear Edward

Dear Edward
by Ann Napolitano






Propelled by a genuine story of one kid's amazing endurance - riveting, inspiring, remarkable. 

In the wake of losing everything, a little fellow finds there are despite everything purposes behind expectation right now, avowing novel, ideal for fanatics of Celeste Ng and Ann Patchett. 

Even with catastrophe, what does it take to discover satisfaction? 

One summer morning, twelve-year-old Edward Adler, his darling more established sibling, his folks, and 183 different travelers get onto a trip in Newark set out toward Los Angeles. Among them are a Wall Street wunderkind, a young lady dealing with a surprise pregnancy, a harmed vet coming back from Afghanistan, a septuagenarian business big shot, and a free-lively lady fleeing from her controlling spouse. And afterward, appallingly, the plane accidents. Edward is the sole survivor. 

Edward's story catches the consideration of the country, yet he battles to discover a spot for himself in a world without his family. He keeps on feeling that a bit of him has been left in the sky, perpetually attached to the plane and the entirety of his kindred travelers. In any case, at that point, he makes an unforeseen revelation - one that will lead him to the appropriate responses of a portion of life's most significant inquiries: When you've lost everything, how get yourself? How would you find your motivation? I don't get it's meaning to endure, however, to genuinely live? 

Dear Edward is on the double an otherworldly story about growing up, multidimensional representation of a life-changing cast of characters, and an amazing outline of the considerable number of ways a messed up heart figures out how to cherish once more.

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