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The Children ActFiona is a highly regarded High Court judge working in the family division looking after the interests of children. Her life seems satisfying and stable, but she has to make a series of difficult judgements, culminating with the case of the young Jehovah's Witness who refuses a blood transfusion on religious grounds, and her private life goes a bit unhinged too, as her husband proposes he have an affair, and she begins to feel regrets she has never made time to have children of her own.
by Ian McEwan
Score: 8
Published: 2014
Read: May 15th 2015

Comments


John said

Excellent - good story, great characters, lots of interesting legal details and several fascinating legal decisions that we see unfold.

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