The first part of this book is a funny, sweet and wise look at a woman in grief after losing her husband. I was very quickly drawn in and enjoyed that. Then she somehow finds herself reliving the time in her life where she met her husband during freshers week when they were both students. She must try to warn him that he has a slow growing brain tumour even then that isn’t discovered until decades later when it’s too late to do anything about it. This is very hard as from his perspective she’s some crazy woman he’s never met. I liked that bit too. The third part of the book gets a bit action adventury which I don’t like so much with car chases and shooting etc. Still on the whole I really liked this audiobook.