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A transcendent coming-of-age story about the ways a broken heart learns to love again.
One summer morning, a flight takes off from New York to Los Angeles: there are 192 people aboard. When the plane suddenly crashes, twelve-year-old Edward Adler is the sole survivor.
In the aftermath, Edward struggles to make sense of his grief, sudden fame and find his place in a world without his family. But then Edward and his neighbour Shay make a startling discovery; hidden in his uncle's garage are letters from the relatives of other passengers - all addressed him.
Following the passengers' final hours and Edward's unique coming-of-age, Dear Edward asks one of life's most profound questions:
What does it mean not just to survive, but to truly live?
'Ann Napolitano's writing is astonishing. I'm in awe' Marian Keyes
'A very moving and emotional read' Anne Tyler
'Gripping and elegiac, this is a captivating novel about loss, love and growing up' Rosamund Lupton
'That rare book that breaks your heart and stitches it back together . . . Don't miss this one' Jodi Picoult