The Children Act
by Ian McEwan
Editor: Vintage Publishing
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Fiona Maye is a senior judge of the High Court, which presides over cases in the family court.She is renowned for her ferocious intelligence, accuracy and sensitivity.But his professional success denies him the loss of sadness and internal conflicts.There’s the slowness of regretting her lack of children, and now her 30-year-old marriage is in crisis.At the same time, she is called upon to judge an urgent case: for religious reasons, a beautiful seventeen-year-old boy, Adam, is to refuse the medical treatment that could save his life, and his pious parents to share his wishes.Time is of the essenceIf the secular court overturn sincere faithIn the framework of arriving at a decision Fiona visits Adam to the hospital – a meeting that arouses long buried feelings in his powerful and powerful feelings, and emotions in the boyHis judgment is memorable for them of the consequences of both
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