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When you only have a few months left, how do you live a whole lifetime? Join Sam as he faces the biggest dilemma of his life: death. What do you want to do with the rest of your life? Sam’s problem is, he’s hardly got one. He’s dying of leukaemia, so every minute counts. He wants to break a world record. Ride in an airship. Kiss a girl – and learn all the facts about death. Sam’s got a to-do list and a plan, and having to die won’t stop him dreaming big… Way before John Green or Before I Die, this book gave us the bucket list of a boy saying hello to death – and saying a proper goodbye to life.

  • Sally Nicholls’ debut novel – a true modern classic
  • Winner of the Waterstones Prize and North East Award
  • Explores impending death through fresh and fearless eyes
  • Sally Nicholls also wrote Things a Bright Girl Can Do

“Hugely impressive… elegant, intelligent, moving and sometimes even funny.” Mal Peet

“Wonderful. Moving and funny and, yes, sad.” Eva Ibbotson

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Catalogue number

999 in EU Teen November 2019







Date published

September 5th, 2019

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  • 224 pages


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Sally Nicholls


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