Sweet Sour Bitter

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In Sweet Sour Bitter: A Tale of a Friendship, a Transplant, and a Lemonade Stand, lifelong friends tell their story of how an impending liver transplant shaped their lives. It’s a tale offered to readers with the hope of inspiring them to see the richness of their own stories, friendships, and lives. More
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About Janie Whitlock

Janie Whitlock was born with the liver disease, Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. It was diagnosed in 1985 when Janie was 22. Her PSC was mostly asymptomatic until 2013 when she had to spend January in the hospital. Florida has been good for her health. Mayo Transplant Center in Jacksonville is following her case.

Due to the slow progression of the disease Janie has had the opportunity to get further education and had a short career in Film. For 10 years she lived on a farm in TN. and learned to preserve fruit and vegetables. In TN, she wrote for a local magazine whose primary goal was to promote sustainability.

Lisa Yarnell and Janie wrote this book as a way to thank people for donations to the medical expense fund at:
http://www.gofundme.com/8ms4q4

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Reviews

lindayarnell reviewed on on July 16, 2014

Sweet and bitter - not much sour. Told by 2 mature women, it's a long story of a friendship begun in college, but smoothly and well-told. Each woman has a distinctive voice, both articulate and vividly descriptive. Lisa's description of leaving the Nashville super hospital, like "orphan's of the storm" sounded like a grey landscape peopled by zombies. Janie's spell-breaker: "I want a bagel!",
No spoilers in this review - the story is not over, but that is part of any memoir - you don't know how it ends.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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