- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
Posted February 8, 2012
I found this story short, and quite frankly absurd. The author obviously has a problem with homeopathic or hollistic treatments to write about it in this perspective. I understand that its not everyones choice but it is certainly some peoples decision and the main character of this book definitely comes across offensively. Also i found that the main character or narrator if you will is somewhat rude at times to her friend who is ridden with cancer often wishing shed die soon or treating her as if she was a burden, being someone who has lost a grandmother to cancer , even on their worst days you dont wish for them to be dead. I also have a grandmother who is at a hollistic institute currently for 3 weeks hoping to fight this with treatments that wont be as harmful and violent as chemo can be and she has shown positive results in her fight against liver cancer cat. 4. This author was way off base although it was short and her ending was abrupt as if she was tired writing and slapped it together, it had bits of moments but i wouldnt reccommend it to anybody especially those struggling with cancer. She disregards any hope might one feel during the dreadful fight against cancer. Call me biased, i know people die of cancer plenty close to me already have but leave hope for the survivors this book is plain cinical.
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Posted March 10, 2009
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