Every Last Drop

Every Last Drop

by Sarah Robinson

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Marry the love of my life.
Become a mother.
Write a book.

Number one was complete. I was well on my way to checking off goals two and three, before a cancer diagnosis derailed my plans.

A story meant to chronicle the journey of impending motherhood with wit, became a brutally honest memoir of living life to the fullest.

Make every breath count.

When finally confronted with the knowledge the cancer is terminal, I search for a way to accomplish all the things I wanted to do within my lifetime... when I don't have a lifetime left.

Every Last Drop is the heartfelt, unflinching, and original story of how when faced with the hardest truth, we finally learn how far we will go to discover who we are before it's too late.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161376089
Publisher: Sarah Robinson
Publication date: 11/12/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 21,485
File size: 682 KB

About the Author

Sarah Robinson is the bestselling author of almost 20 romance novels. She has branched into an entirely new genre with women's fiction and her debut novel, Every Last Drop, comes out in November 2019.


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Every Last Drop 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
LoriKB 4 days ago
Oh. My. Goodness. This is the most gut wrenching book I have ever read! I have never, ever cried so much while reading a book. Emotional. Heartbreaking. Beautiful. This book will make you look at life, love and death differently. And make you think. Warning....Have a BOX of tissues handy! And don’t read around anyone...trust me on this one! Tessa’s bucket list is simple...fall in love, have a family, write a book. After suffering a miscarriage months earlier, she and Kyle are meeting with a fertility specialist. During their physical, their life is turned upside down. And life will never be the same. This story follows Tessa and her family’s journey to beat this horrible disease that will ultimately win the fight. But Tessa will win in other ways. This is a love story about couples, family and the people we meet along the way. It’s about doing what is right for ourselves, even when faced with insurmountable obstacles. Fighting for what is right for yourself, and ultimately others, against the norm. Completing your bucket list. I hope you read this book and see this struggle thru Tessa’s eyes. Could I be as strong as Tessa, or as supportive as her family, I certainly hope I never, ever have to find out. Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC. Opinion is mine alone.
Anonymous 5 days ago
This is an important book that talks about how we can find love and purpose even at times when everything seems to be falling apart. Even though it was slow to progress, I liked how the plot was crafted on a solid foundation. The story seemed familiar yet different and kind of changed the way I had thought about cancer and its terminal nature. I adored the characters and loved how each developed and shaped the story around them. By the end, I was crying, but I was also happy that I read this book. It made me stronger and a bit fearless in the way I have always looked at the disease.
lauriesophee 5 days ago
"Your legacy is how you lived, Tessa. Dying is only the end of your story." This is an emotional story that will crush your heart. It is a journey of courage, love, heartache, guts, determination and conviction that everyone needs to read. Imagine at twenty eight years old, you are making a bucket list and need to do it in a hurry! How will you plan those last days? Can you accept your diagnosis and prognosis? Will you make each day the very best it can be? Are you able to love and forgive with your whole heart? Truly is a beautiful message that we all must listen to! Done with so much grace and detail! Excellent!
KHHSC 5 days ago
Facing death on her own terms. That’s Tessa’s greatest wish. It used to be to marry the love of her life, have a baby and write a book. Then at 26, she is diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and given months to live. Every Last Drop is the story of the slow ending of a life and it is brilliant, tragic, discussion worthy and heartbreaking. As Tessa learns that the weeks leading to her inevitable death will be punctuated by seizures, blindness and paralysis, she begins to research Death with Dignity, a law that allows a dying patient to commit suicide at a time of his or her choosing. There is a lot of information here and it is well organized and thought provoking. But the real story is Tessa’s journey and the reactions of her father, husband Kyle and sister Elly. This is a beautiful, beautiful book. And it is dedicated to Brittany Maynard, the young California woman who inspired this story. Many thanks to NetGalley, Sarah Robinson Books and Sarah Robinson for this ARC.