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This book had parts that were really good and made you want to keep reading, but for the most part it was easy to walk away from. Not the best book I've ever read.Published 22 months ago by Becca
Cancer Is A Bitch is so full of real life vitally, passionately lived and it is so well written--smart, heartwarming, charming, witty, and a real page-turner. Read morePublished on July 25, 2012 by S. Cummings
This appeared to be more of trying to deal with midlife crisis with dealing with cancer on the side. I'm extremely disappointed and would not recommend.Published on February 22, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Gail Konop Baker has done two things with Cancer is a Bitch. First, written a wry and satirical look at her own journey with cancer, and second given us some truth and honesty in... Read morePublished on April 10, 2010 by booklove
Why a memoir? And don't tell me it's because everyone's got a book in them. This, I do not want to know until everyone also has a ghost writer on hand, or has a way with words... Read morePublished on October 13, 2009 by well-above-sea-level
Gail's book is such an open and honest insight into what goes through a woman's mind when the doctor's say "This looks suspicious". Read morePublished on October 6, 2009 by Amazon Customer
At the age of 45, Gail Konop Baker is a mother of three with a radiologist as a husband. She practiced yoga, ran, ate organic food, and rarely became sick. Read morePublished on June 19, 2009 by Krista
Although everyone's experience with cancer is different, and no one can write about it in the same way, I was able to read this author's book without feeling a cloak of heaviness... Read morePublished on June 14, 2009 by Kathryn Magendie
I enjoyed the sarcasm and humor in the beginning of the book. So many books about cancer are too sentimental. Read morePublished on March 15, 2009 by Karen Frances