Why read The Roller Coaster: A Breast Cancer Story?
My top 10:
- There’s a lot to learn from this book about breast cancer treatment.
- There’s a lot to learn from this book about advocacy (as a patient and a person).
- I share a view on breast cancer from the perspective of a 40-to-42-year-old woman who likes to think critically about things.
- I share a view on breast cancer from the perspective of a 4-year-old girl (my niece) who likes to observe things.
- The book is a mix of lines and paragraphs (or poetry and prose, if that’s how you want to see those things).
- The book is a mix of tragedy and comedy.
- You’re in need of a good cry (yeah, there’s some sad stuff).
- You’re in need of a good laugh (believe it or not, there’s some funny stuff).
- I thank my cat in the acknowledgments.
- I thank you in the acknowledgments.
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