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The Criers Club By Kimberly A. Bettes,

  • Title: The Criers Club
  • Author: Kimberly A. Bettes
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The heart wrenching tale of one man s journey to come to terms with his own mortality, a journey he completes with the help of the friends he finds in a support group for the terminally ill A story about friendship and growth, love and loss, and life and death Adam Spencer, a happily married 37 year old father of two young boys, has everything he wants A successful bu The heart wrenching tale of one man s journey to come to terms with his own mortality, a journey he completes with the help of the friends he finds in a support group for the terminally ill A story about friendship and growth, love and loss, and life and death.Adam Spencer, a happily married 37 year old father of two young boys, has everything he wants A successful business, a beautiful home, two cars in the garage, and a dog What he doesn t want is to die But Adam doesn t have a say in the matter He just found out he has brain cancer.Troubled by his newly discovered death sentence, Adam joins a support group for the terminally ill There, he meets six strangers who are struggling to cope with their own impending demises.When one member of the group dies, leaving behind an unfulfilled dream, the others realize just how limited their time is Now, as the youngest member nears the end of his short life, they become determined to make sure the boy s dream comes true before it s too late Together, they embark on a road trip that will teach them all what it means to live and to die.
    The Criers Club The heart wrenching tale of one man s journey to come to terms with his own mortality a journey he completes with the help of the friends he finds in a support group for the terminally ill A story ab

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    1. A beautiful, poignant story about a group of people who come together when they learn they have a terminal illness, and how they support each other and learn that even in the midst of a death sentence, they can learn to truly live This one made me cryI loved all of the characters It s sad, and oftentimes depressing, but definitely worth a read.

    2. This isn t the kind of book I usually read because of the somber subject matter However it was selected as the book for my book club so I gave it a try Because I m a happily ever after kind of person, I wouldn t want to read this again However, this was a very powerful book that showed how 5 people faced the knowledge they were dying from a terminal illness They formed a support group and nicknamed themselves the Criers Club Their journey is what makes up the story told here It was emotional to [...]

    3. Beautiful and heartbreakingThis book is incredibly beautiful and heartbreaking There was many a time, that I had to stop and wipe away the tears, but there were also times that I laughed out loud Especially at Millie, in her crass, wisecracking manner Then there is Adam, Clyde, Justin, Leah and her son Dillon, and George I feel like these characters are my family I laughed with them, cried with them, and raged with them as well This is very well written and poignant story about what it means to [...]

    4. Beautiful I, rarely, love a book enough to write a review however, this book deserves the effort A poignant tale of friendship and the importance of life I have experienced a lot of loss and have seen both sides of the coin Death can be beautiful when the life left was

    5. Intense is an understatement This story made me cry a lot, and smile also a lot It was heart wrenching and heartwarming at the same time Pretty amazing.

    6. A solid 5 stars Although this was a sad book, it was never depressing I loved every character and every page For once, all the reviews were spot on.

    7. What an amazing read I couldn t put it down I couldn t stop crying Definitely one of those books that stick with you Be sure to have your tissues ready before starting this one

    8. This is one of those books that you always remember Also one that should be read by everyone When we feel down, or in pain or tired and thinking why me or I just can t this is the book that you will remember and make you realise you can Although the story of terminally ill patients and yes of course there are the sad parts this is very much about living Living the moment, the day, the hour Each character has their own story and their own twist on life and death How would we react if we knew the [...]

    9. Excuse me for just a mo I have this condition which causes my cheeks to sweat No I m not crying It s a legit condition WebMD that shit you insensitive prick Review to come Peace, Love, and Necrophilia sg

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