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The book of why a novel /

Eric Newborn is used to dealing with people whose lives are in crisis; he's the bestselling author of several motivational books, and an inspirational speaker. When Eric's wife dies, he finds that grief renders him helpless. There is no easy cure, no platitude to comfort him, no replacement with which to fill the deep trough of his loss. So he retreats, with his female dog, Ralph, to his isolated home on Martha's Vineyard. Five years later, on a wild, storm-wracked night, a car crashes at the end of Eric's lane and a woman turns up at his door, seeking help. Sam is a fan who has tracked him down, convinced that Eric will sort out the co-incidences that have both destroyed and coloured her life. As Eric and Sam spin around one another like constellations in a greater universe, they set out to search for answers to their questions, and to find some meaning in the signs that we all see.

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  • "The power to solve your problems is within you-with the right sense of belief, the mind's ability to create success, happiness, and health is limitless. At least that's the philosophy of self-help author Eric Newborn, whose books and lectures have spawned a legion of devoted followers who swear that his ideas have pulled their lives from the brink. But after the traumatic loss of his wife, Eric is left to face the darker side of his own teachings, living as a recluse in the home they shared on Martha's Vineyard, struggling to reconcile his worldview with the pain he has suffered. It's a fundamental question that haunts him: why? When a fan with questions forces Eric to face the world once again, he's put on a path that might lead him towards the closure he seeks, but in astounding ways he could never begin to dream."
  • "Een auteur van zelfhulpboeken weet zich geen raad wanneer zijn vrouw sterft en trekt zich steeds meer terug."
  • "Eric Newborn is used to dealing with people whose lives are in crisis; he's the bestselling author of several motivational books, and an inspirational speaker. But when Eric's wife dies, grief renders him helpless. There is no easy cure, no platitude to comfort him. So he retreats to his isolated home on Martha's Vineyard. Five years later, on a storm-wracked night, a woman turns up at his door seeking help. Sam is a fan who has tracked him down, convinced that Eric will sort out the coincidences that have coloured her life. As they spin around one other like constellations in a greater universe, they set out to search for answers to their questions, and to find some meaning in the signs we all see."
  • "Eric Newborn is used to dealing with people whose lives are in crisis; he's the bestselling author of several motivational books, and an inspirational speaker. When Eric's wife dies, he finds that grief renders him helpless. There is no easy cure, no platitude to comfort him, no replacement with which to fill the deep trough of his loss. So he retreats, with his female dog, Ralph, to his isolated home on Martha's Vineyard. Five years later, on a wild, storm-wracked night, a car crashes at the end of Eric's lane and a woman turns up at his door, seeking help. Sam is a fan who has tracked him down, convinced that Eric will sort out the co-incidences that have both destroyed and coloured her life. As Eric and Sam spin around one another like constellations in a greater universe, they set out to search for answers to their questions, and to find some meaning in the signs that we all see."@en
  • "A story about a self-help author confronting life's ultimate question: can love survive anything? Even death? A novel about an unforgettable love, this book asks big questions about love with a surprise twist at its end."

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  • "Psychological fiction"
  • "Psychological fiction"@en
  • "Psychological fiction."@en
  • "Psychological fiction."
  • "Text."
  • "Large type books."
  • "Large type books."@en
  • "Electronic books."
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Ausgabe."

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  • "The book of why a novel /"
  • "The book of why a novel /"@en
  • "The book of why /"
  • "The book of why /"@en
  • "The book of why : a novel /"
  • "The book of why : a novel /"@en
  • "Book of Why : a Novel."@en