Gifts of the Heart

Narrated by: Dean Wendt
Length: 2 hrs and 27 mins
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Hassan Tetteh's powerful novel is an inspiration and gift. Dr. Kareem Afram, a young military physician and heart surgeon, comes of age in the desert of Afghanistan. He survives trial, challenges, destruction, illness, and death to overcome the impossible and provide instructions for life - a blueprint for living one's life to the fullest.

The story of the doctor lures you in with riveting scenes of life and death hospital emergencies and combat surgery, but it is learning about the life of the doctor that causes you to stay and get comfortable. You will see reflections of your character, your flaws, your strength, and your own vulnerability. As you stay for the journey and share in the doctor's life you learn of triumph over struggle and see reflections of your strength, your power, your will, and your own conviction to ask yourself life's most urgent question. The message within is universal, a gift of the heart, an education in freedom, and touches your soul to make an undeniable impression that stays long after the novel is finished.

©2013 TCG Publishing, (Tetteh Consulting Group Publishing) (P)2014 TCG Publishing, (Tetteh Consulting Group Publishing)

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very moving story

each chapter has depth with unexpected events and life lessons

I especially like how it wove together growing up, medical, and military vingettes