The Blurb On The Back:
”I think about everything I’ll miss if they tell me I’m going to die … my mum, my dad, my sister, cookies, TV shows I’ll never get to see the end of, the starry sky on a full moon, my grandparents, my grandpa’s lasagne, kissing Victor, Victor’s eyes, Victor’s voice, Victor’s smell, Victor’s hands … Victor.”
This is a story about cancer with a happy ending. It’s about life, love and, especially, hope.
For the past few years, a teenage girl has endured many hospital treatments, wearing a bandanna, people giving her ‘that look’, and her dad’s embarrassing jokes with the nurses. But she’s also fallen in love.
Now she’s on her way to the hospital, where they’re going to tell her how much time she’s got to live.
A few years ago, author India Desjardins met a young girl with leukaemia who asked her to write a story about cancer with a happy ending. This is that story.
The Review (Cut For Spoilers):