Cells tells the story of Martha and Grant who are a successful professional couple in their careers. Martha is a features editor for a national newspaper and Grant is a Psychoanalyst. The couple have been trying for a baby and after been told they are one of the ten percent of couples who have unexplained infertility they have now stopped trying for a baby and it has affected their relationship.
One day while at work Martha meets Jon who works as an editorial. Martha and Grant become close to Jon when Martha offers to give Jon an old computer of Grants and Jon starts visiting and spending time with the couple in their home. Jon is a little strange a social misfit, but he gets on with the couple and they become friends.
Is stopping trying for a baby really what both Martha and Grant want? If the opportunity came for them to become parents again would they take it?
Cells is a touching and emotionally charged novel that keeps the reader intrigued. The story is told from all three of the main characters perspectives. It is really moving storyline and is creatively written.
Born in London Harriet was brought up in a small village called Inkpen (Inkpen features in the novel Cells) and now lives near Kew Gardens in London. For the last twenty years her working life has been divided in two both connected with people: writing fiction about relationship and professionally as a career counsellor or helping people through change or any kind of career problem. She has a MA Writing Distinction (Sheffield Hallam) and has had poems selected and published. Cells is her first novel and she is currently working on a new one.
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