Simon'S Death (eBook)
de Jack B.S. North
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Simon had his life planned. He’d graduated from a prestigious university. He is living up to the opportunity his father had given him at a profitable company, with the promise of swift promotions and a corner office. And the future of a wedding and his own family lies before him.
And then Gramps dies.
On the eve of his grandfather’s cremation, Simon and his brother and sister sit down with their parents to enjoy their weekly Sunday dinner at his parents home. Simon cannot eat. He chases his peas around his plate in his grief as he wonders how the others can carry on as if there’s no empty place where Gramps should be.
Everything Simon knows about life disappears into the searing pain of grief over the loss of a man who’d mentored him, guided him, loved him. His unheard grief sets him on a collision course with his family and his girlfriend—and his own assumptions about his career, his future, and his existence on earth.