Goodness gracious me this is such a super, uplifting book. I have to be honest, it has sat on my bookshelf for several months and I had put off starting it, what a mistake! I thought that a book about cancer would be sad and depressing, having had several brushes with cancer via people who are close to me I felt it was going to be too close to home.
This isn’t a book about dying, this is a book about life, it is full of energy and friendship. Keira, the main protagonists gets blindsided by a cancer diagnosis, but outside the cancer ward she meets Tamsin, who is also fighting breast cancer runs and encourages Keira to join her. This simple act of putting one foot in front of the other is life changing for Keira. By taking one day, one challenge at a time cancer teaches Keira that she is stronger than she thinks and can achieve more than she ever imagined, inspiring!
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.