As the cover says, this book is “an inspirational true story” and “much more than a tale of medical drama”, though it is that as well. It is an unimaginable story of the strength of love between Tania and her fiancé Warren, who developed a brain tumour and nearly died several times after his operations, and was left with some severe disabilities. Yet he came through years of medical treatment to marriage, fatherhood, and continued life. It is told in a simple, direct and very moving way.
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