I love books that are about real-life situations that are hard to believe, frightening, or otherwise amazing. This is one of those books. They story itself is enough to make you want to listen, but you can tell the author is a journalist because the writing is exceptional -- very tight, very descriptive. And the woman who read the book is perhaps the best I've ever heard (even with her attempt to imitate the accent of a middle eastern man!).
Not a mainstream reader.
After reading this book, I feel there is very little hope at getting a cure for Cancer and I hope that I'm wrong. The book is very hard to listen to, but it is also very interesting. This is not an uplifting book by any means, but it's a very heart full read see what a person goes though with Cancer. You can't really listen to this book straight through just because of the subject matter. You have to take this book into pieces and take in what you just read and then give yourself a break and then start reading again. I never gave up on this book despite my review. The information is very detail and somewhat can be way overwhelming, but Cancer effects almost everyone.