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A Sack Half Full, From Humility to Humor

One Family's Journey through Testicular Cancer
Narrated by: Josh Kilbourne
Length: 3 hrs and 16 mins
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In author Jerry Duprez's inspirational memoir, he poetically and humorously chronicles his journey through his experiences with testicular cancer - an experience that sheds light on past and present life lessons. Whether you can relate to the severity of his medical history or to his struggle to turn ashes to beauty in any given season of life, you will gain insight and perspective for your own life. He highlights the details of his encounter with his life-threatening illness, while outlining the greater implications that life's challenges bring.

If you are looking for a window into the world of your soul and for your life to become richer and more intentional, you will not be disappointed. A Sack Half Full is a story of hardy determination; however, there is enough comic relief that prevents everything this book digs up from weighing you down. Delve into A Sack Half Full to discover one man's quest into a place of healing. You will be touched and challenged. You will be broken and infused with hope. You will laugh and you will cry.

©2012 Jerry Duprez (P)2012 Tate Publishing

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Not an insightful book

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I wish the description of this book were more clear. The author spends most of his time discussing christianity.

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