Let Not the Waves of the Sea

By Simon Stephenson

Synopsis

The world changes when you lose somebody you love...

Year of Publication

Review

Heather Collins, Scottish Book Trust Children's and Learning Audience Development Co-ordinator, says: "Simon lost his brother in the tsunami in Thailand in December 2004 and this is his account of that tragic incident, his family’s grief and his journey to find peace and happiness again. I don’t think I’ve ever read a book that has moved me so much. Whilst parts of it are incredibly sad there’s also a strong feeling of hope. I think everyone should read it, particularly anyone with a brother, I imagine it would mean even more to them."

Author Biography

Thirty two year old Simon Stephenson is a writer and doctor who lives in London. Previous writing honours include being a runner-up in the Macallan/Scotland on Sunday Short Story Competition and being selected for BBC Scotland's 'Tartan Shorts' scheme. For several years he earned his living as a television screenwriter. 'Let Not the Waves of the Sea' is his first book.