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Nicola Nuttall - The Stars Will Still Be There - Robertson Murray
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Nicola Nuttall – The Stars Will Still Be There

The heartbreaking but life-affirming memoir from Nicola Nuttall about her inspirational daughter Laura

When Nicola Nuttall was told that her 18-year-old daughter Laura had only 12 months to live following a diagnosis of the most aggressive form of brain cancer, glioblastoma multiforme, she couldn’t begin to process her emotions. It was her greatest fear come true.

But while her mother struggled to adjust and searched for new treatments, Laura made a decision: she would live her life to the full and embark on an extraordinary bucket list.

Meeting Michelle Obama, piloting a Royal Navy ship, sky diving, going on safari in South Africa, driving monster trucks, taking tea at the Ritz, dancing on stage in front of thousands and graduating from university were just some of the many adventures Laura undertook.

The Stars Will Still Be There is Nicola’s raw but beautifully written account of helping her daughter make the most of her remaining time, while dealing with her own pain along with that of her younger daughter Gracie and husband, Mark.

This is a heartbreaking, life-changing memoir that reveals the fragility of humans, the power of love, and why we should all ‘Be More Laura’ every single day.