Yes. I really enjoyed this book. I think in part, because of her humor in facing distress as well as her total willingness to face and accept her fate.
I'm looking for that myself.
Obviously Catherine. She was approachable, funny, although a bit too staunch at times. She seemed aloof to herself regarding her diagnosis, yet seemed unmiffed by others approaching it with her.
Finding courage to laugh at almost every event in dying while living.
One of my favorites. One summer is so outside of Baldacci's usual DC political/and or special agent themes that it seemed a tiny risk to read it. Hardly--it's as charmingly different as Grisham's
Great simple read, easy and flowing, but be prepared to let your tears flow.
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