All The Things Left Unsaid | Paperback | By Michael Harding

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  • All the Things Left Unsaid: Confessions of Love and Regret
  • Pages: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Michael Harding
  • Publisher: Hachette Books 
  • Publication date: 13 October 2022
  • Category: Literary, Memoirs
  • Size: 23.2 x 15.2 x 3cm 
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All the Things Left Unsaid: Confessions of Love and Regret by Michael Harding


Recovering from surgery, Michael Harding travelled to the coast of Donegal to heal in solitude, with the comfort of the ocean around him. As he recuperated, he set himself the task of writing letters to people who had a profound effect on him through his life: old loves, mentors, friends.

The result is a collection of insights into life, death, friendship and love.These letters, expressing an intimacy not previously risked, were never posted. All the Things Left Unsaid is the startlingly honest and moving witness to the power of connection and the importance of saying the things you need to say, before it’s too late.


'Powerful and profound' Deirdre Purcell

'A beautiful book of great tenderness, love of life, and wisdom learned the tough way' Joseph O'Connor

About the Author

Michael Harding is an author and playwright. His creative chronicle of ordinary life in the Irish midlands is published as a weekly column in The Irish Times. He has written numerous plays for the Abbey Theatre, including Una Pooka,Misogynist and Sour Grapes, and has published three novels, Priest, The Trouble with Sarah Gullion and Bird in the Snow as well as three bestselling memoirs, Staring at Lakes, which won three BGE Irish Book awards, Hanging with the Elephant and Talking to Strangers and the bestselling On Tuesdays I'm a Buddhist.


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