A Life Less Lost

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When a mother faces the ultimate threat, the suffering and potential loss of her child, every human resource kicks in, including faith. A Life Less Lost charts the author’s journey through white coats, misdiagnoses, endless appointments & more. KB Walker connects stories from her American childhood to the traumas that face her English family to explain the hope that helps hold her life together.

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Words: 78,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452319865
About KB Walker

The photo shows Howard and I ready to take part in the Santa Run to raise money for the Laura Crane Teenage Cancer Trust.

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Review by: Jeff Gardiner on March 03, 2013 :
This is a moving and uplifting account of a mother retaining her hope and faith whilst her incredibly courageous son is diagnosed with cancer. If you have been through anything like this, then ‘A Life Less Lost’ will be a source of comfort and inspiration to you.

K.B. Walker also communicates how her Christian faith has given her strength. She does this in a way which is profound and personal, without ever becoming judgemental, alienating or ‘preachy’ She gets the balance just right. Reading this sensitive and powerful book, I feel amazed by what some people have to go through – and how those seemingly insurmountable obstacles faced in life can often strengthen rather than crush individuals.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jeff Gardiner on March 03, 2013 :
This is a moving and uplifting account of a mother retaining her hope and faith whilst her incredibly courageous son is diagnosed with cancer. If you have been through anything like this, then ‘A Life Less Lost’ will be a source of comfort and inspiration to you.

K.B. Walker also communicates how her Christian faith has given her strength. She does this in a way which is profound and personal, without ever becoming judgemental, alienating or ‘preachy’ She gets the balance just right. Reading this sensitive and powerful book, I feel amazed by what some people have to go through – and how those seemingly insurmountable obstacles faced in life can often strengthen rather than crush individuals.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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