In the summer of 2013, Lawrence Crowder Davis and his wife Joanna were having the time of their lives. Blessed with grandchildren, great friends, and a solid marriage, things seemed as though they couldn't possibly get any better-but all it took was one diagnosis, and they suddenly became much, much worse.
For two hundred days, Davis's life was plunged into darkness as he battled a formidable enemy: squamous cell carcinoma of the neck. Through months of testing and treatments, his existence became a desperate struggle for survival. But with the love of his life by his side, he managed to find his way back to the light.
An eye-opening first-person account of cancer diagnosis and treatment, The End of Night is an inspirational true story guiding readers on a walk through the darkness of despair, pain, and addiction-a journey that left one man both cured of cancer and cured by cancer, aided by the strength and kindness of others along the way.
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About the Author
Lawrence Crowder Davis earned his bachelor's degree in marketing from Miami University, an experience that was interrupted by four years of service in the US Marine Corps and a deployment to Vietnam.
Since then, Davis has opened two of his own companies-the printer ribbon manufacturing firm Wordata in 1979, and Perfect Network, a marketing company for office consumables, in 1992.
As a cancer survivor, Davis currently lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, with his wife, Joanna. The couple has three grown children, three granddaughters, and one grandson.