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One hundred days of happiness
One hundred days of happiness
Brizzi, Fausto2015
What would you do if you knew you only had 100 days left to live? For Lucio Battistini, it's a chance to spend the rest of his life the way he always should have - by making every moment count. Womanizing, imperfect, but loveable, Lucio Battistini has been thrown out of the house by his wife and is sleeping in the stock room of his father-in-law's bombolini bakery when he learns he has inoperable cancer. So begins the last hundred days of Lucio's life, as he attempts to care for his family, win back his wife (the love of his life and afterlife), and spend the next three months enjoying every moment with a zest he hasn't felt in years. From helping his hopelessly romantic, widowed father-in-law find love, discovering comfort in enduring friendships, and finding new ones, Lucio becomes, at last, the man he's always meant to be.
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One hundred days of happiness / Fausto Brizzi [translated by Anthony Shugaar]
Brizzi, Fausto, authorShugaar, Anthony, translator
Sydney, New South Wales : Picador/Pan Macmillan, 2015.©2015
371 pages : 1 portrait ; 24 cm.
"Originally published in 2013 as 'Cento giorni di felicitá' by Giulio Einaudi, Turin"--Title page verso.Translated from Italian by Anthony Shugaar.
9781743533116 (paperback)
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Beaumaris LibraryAdult FictionBRIZOnloan - Due: 01 Oct 2020