Epilogue by Will Boast

bookshelves: winter-20142015, autobiography-memoir, published-2014, nonfiction

Recommended for: BBC Radio Listeners
Read from January 14 to 23, 2015


Description: Following the tragic deaths, in quick succession, of his mother, younger brother and father, American author, Will Boast, at the age of twenty-four, finds himself absolutely alone. It’s while he’s putting his father’s papers in order that he discovers a family secret which takes him back to England and compels him to question everything he thought he knew about his parents.

Abridged by Miranda Emmerson
Produced by Gemma Jenkins.

Jamie Parker reads Will Boast’s extraordinary family story. A moving account of loss, confronting long-held secrets and finding a way of facing the future.

The death of the author’s father brings a long-held family secret out into the open.

Will is apprehensive about meeting his half-brother for the first time.

Will struggles to adapt to new family circumstances and starts to question events.

A thoughtful gesture breaks down barriers between Will and his new found family.


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