Review of The Half Life of Hannah by Nick Alexander

The Half-life of HannahThe Half-life of Hannah by Nick Alexander
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Hannah, her husband Cliff and son Luke are invited on a holiday to France with Hannah’s sister Jill, her daughter Aisha and gay friend Tristan. The sisters have a love-hate relationship so tension builds between them from the word go. Hannah had met Cliff’s brother James before her wedding 15 years ago and they were immediately attracted to one another, but James leaves before Hannah could change her mind about marrying Cliff. Cliff had always been aware of his wife’s feelings towards James and told her that he had been killed in an accident, but James turns up at the holiday cottage and rekindles Hannah’s feelings and Cliff’s anger. What follows is an interesting insight into relationships, with an unexpected (for me anyway) ending.

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