Eye-opening, poignant, triumphant
The forgiveness of a healthcare worker by parents whose MDS child who died because of a random careless act.
I believe a different narrator, not the author but a professional actor would elevate the experience of listening.
The question of correcting 'flaws' of nature in lieu of accepting a creature as created by God and by genetics, etc. creates a paradox with mixed feelings and a sense of knowing that either choice can be right or wrong but inevitably is irrevocable.
For parents and future parents because you never know if you will be a subject of such a book.
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