Listening to Randye Kaye's narration, one is easily transported into the world of medicine, from both a doctor's and a patient's perspective. Joyce is facing a breast cancer diagnosis, and her daughter, Marnie, is a new surgical resident at a prominent New York City teaching hospital. Kaye captures the essence of each woman's highs and lows by speaking in nuanced tones and inflections that reflect the complicated emotions of the story. The two women rely primarily on friends and their wits to endure and ultimately succeed. They rediscover their inner cores, learning to stand up for themselves when it most matters. Note to listeners: The story includes graphic details of medical procedures. B.E.S. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: JANUARY 2020]
Digital Download Heather Frimmer 2019
DD ISBN $19.95
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