Following the events of a crucial week in 2044, Dr. Calderon, a prestigious, money-hungry psychiatrist, reflects on his appointment with an unexpected patient. He is presented with the chance to cure her disease of extreme escapism, or let her die under the crushing weight of her alcoholism and drug abuse that stems from her teenage years. The values of love, morality, and humanity that he acquires from his family clash against the doctor's own sense of justice, anguish, and vengefulness, ultimately deciding the fate of a truly ill patient.
|Publisher:||Barnes & Noble Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)|
About the Author
Russell Calderon was born near Washington DC in 2002. Calderon is an award-winning young author whose literary work has received praise from his high school teachers and friends alike. Writing and publishing a book at age 15, Calderon is vocal about his disdain for his peer's engagement in alcoholism and drug abuse, and is known for using his teenage angst and perception of love to provide an emotional, fervent fuel for his works. Other notable pieces that Calderon has written include "The Prologue" and "Hurrycane."
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One's Life for One's Friends based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I FREAKING LOVE THIS BOOK! I relate so much to the author's story. The book is amazing, I highly recommend reading!