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This book was absolutely splendid. First, the editing and writing is what I would expect in a DTB. But the book is something I'd expect to find on the NYT top 100 list (which I know doesn't typically say a whole lot, but you know what I mean). I just finished it this afternoon during my lunch hour and it was so gripping. I HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone who enjoys realistic fiction.
Ebook Description from Smashwords:
["But Daddy, who will live with me in heaven?" Doctor Simon Bailey has everything a man could ever want. Then his beautiful daughter is diagnosed with Leukemia. He can almost accept her impending death. He can almost accept the fact that he will have to live without her. But he cannot stand the thought of his little girl having to face death alone.]
The irony in this book is that Simon is a doctor who is unable to save the life of his daughter, but instead has to learn to cope with death, when he's been surrounded with it in his profession for so many years. The story is at times sad, funny, light, and ALWAYS real. I give it 5 stars and a huge recommendation. At the pricepoint (free or you choose the price), you can't beat it.
Link to smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/18985