This Is Life

This Is Life

Dan Rhodes

First Sentence:     Aurélie Renard was standing on the west side of the small square.

Back of the book:

In Paris, art student Aurélie Renard throws a stone and sets in motion a chain of events that will turn her life upside down.

Suddenly finding herself in sole charge of a stranger’s baby, and with no idea how babies work, it’s only thanks to the help of her adoring professor and her gun-toting heartbreaker of a best friend that Aurélie Renard is able to navigate her way through the most extraordinary and calamitous seven days of her life.

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Last Sentence:     ‘Goodbye, my baby boy.’

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