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Reviewed by Author Anna del C. Dye for Readers' Favorite
Here is a must have story for every home with normal people. The theme is well-researched and the author portrays a very nice view of life and death. Roni relates a fictitious story and turns it into a possibility for many. This is a hard subject made easy by the author who writes in a form that many people will connect with. Joe is a recovered alcoholic and has only a few days left before he dies. His chosen life has wrought havoc on his body. Now he is in the advanced stages of cirrhosis with no way out. For many years he has hidden behind alcohol to relieve the pain he feels due to losing his youngest daughter in a car accident and, just a few weeks later, his beloved wife to cancer. What is worse is that he left his only daughter to fend for herself from that point on. For many years he has tried to quit and kept falling short. Meanwhile, his daughter went on with her life, but never found closure concerning her father’s disappearance. Now, at the end of his life, he wants to make things better with his daughters and late wife. But would they let him?
I enjoyed this great tale and the characters portrayed in this book. It is a very good book to have handy when someone dies and questions are asked. Though the book is the personal opinion of the author, all who have gone through a family death need to hear that their departed loved ones are all right and that there is an afterlife. This is a very nice work for readers from young adults to adults.