Momoko Uno’s “Fourteen Days” is a powerful memoir of her journey from New York to Perth, Australia, during the COVID-19 pandemic, as she sought to see her mother before she passed away.
NEW YORK, NY, May 23, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — “Fourteen Days,” a poignant memoir by Momoko Uno, has just been released. The book offers a powerful account of Uno’s journey from New York to Perth, Australia, during the COVID-19 pandemic, as she sought to see her mother one last time before she passed away.
The memoir opens with Uno receiving the heart-wrenching news of her mother’s terminal illness while commuting on a New York subway in February 2020. Uno’s determination to be with her mother during her final days led her on a journey filled with both physical and emotional challenges.
“Fourteen Days” is a candid and authentic account of Uno’s experiences during the quarantine period, as she navigated her mother’s illness and the uncertainty of the world around her. Through her writing, Uno offers a relatable and engaging narrative that captures the range of emotions that come with navigating a world in crisis.
The book is filled with reflective and humorous anecdotes that highlight the profound impact of grief and loss. Uno’s writing is raw and honest, providing readers with a glimpse into the depths of her emotions.
Momoko Uno is an up and coming writer who has established a successful private practice in New York City for over two decades. Despite struggling with English writing in high school, Uno’s passion for storytelling led her to pursue writing later in life.
“Fourteen Days” is a must-read for anyone seeking a raw and authentic account of the impact of grief and loss during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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