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  • Posted December 1, 2012

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    Ten Days by Janet Gilsdorf Anna and Jake Campbell have 2 small c

    Ten Days by Janet Gilsdorf
    Anna and Jake Campbell have 2 small children. While she's away teaching English as a second language during the days, her husband is an orthopedic surgeon at the local hospital. The children stay at Rose Mary's house where she babysits a few other local children.
    The youngest child, Eddie has come down with a fever and when Anna finds him limp one morning, not having woken up for his breast feeding hours earlier, she rushes him to the hospital dragging the older son, Chris, along with them.
    At times she blames herself and sometimes Jake for not being there, and at times Jake blames himself and then her.
    Her parents come to help out with Chris and to cook and clean and do whatever they can while Anna spends 24/7 in the hospital. Very serious condition and they don't know if he will even live. Other children also become sick.
    Rose blames herself now thinking it's something in her house.
    Like how there are not that many people involved and I didn't like all the medical terminology. Although some of it is explained a lot of it is not but you can follow generally what is going on.
    I was not sure I could finish reading this book as I'm close to the end and hate sickness and death-not knowing if he does die.
    Others come into the picture with help to solve how the illness started but I think I've read what really caused the illness earlier in the book.
    Lot of heartache and doubt as each of the parents go through something different but the same to get through all this.
    He calls up an old doctor girl friend of his and they plan to meet when she comes back to Michigan...

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