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    Heartbreaking!

    Facing death on her own terms. That’s Tessa’s greatest wish. It used to be to marry the love of her life, have a baby and write a book. Then at 26, she is diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and given months to live. Every Last Drop is the story of the slow ending of a life and it is brilliant, tragic, discussion worthy and heartbreaking. As Tessa learns that the weeks leading to her inevitable death will be punctuated by seizures, blindness and paralysis, she begins to research Death with Dignity, a law that allows a dying patient to commit suicide at a time of his or her choosing. There is a lot of information here and it is well organized and thought provoking. But the real story is Tessa’s journey and the reactions of her father, husband Kyle and sister Elly. This is a beautiful, beautiful book. And it is dedicated to Brittany Maynard, the young California woman who inspired this story. Many thanks to NetGalley, Sarah Robinson Books and Sarah Robinson for this ARC.
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    The Book With A Purpose

    This is an important book that talks about how we can find love and purpose even at times when everything seems to be falling apart. Even though it was slow to progress, I liked how the plot was crafted on a solid foundation. The story seemed familiar yet different and kind of changed the way I had thought about cancer and its terminal nature. I adored the characters and loved how each developed and shaped the story around them. By the end, I was crying, but I was also happy that I read this book. It made me stronger and a bit fearless in the way I have always looked at the disease.
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    Every Last Drop

    A challenging read, very raw and emotional. The only book I have ever reviwed. Absolutely loved it.
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    Riveting

    That was the most moving book I have ever read. Lots of tears, some laughs but mostly understanding.
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    Beautiful..

    A heartbreaking, inspiring, beautifully written book. I'd call it a story but by the time I finished reading it felt like I witnessed it all personally. Amazing..
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