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John Gunther (1901-1970) was one of the best known and most admired journalists of his day. The author of the immensely popular Inside books—a series of profiles of major world powers, beginning with Inside Europe, published in 1936—he was born on the north side of Chicago and died on May 29, 1970.
I think this is the saddest book I have ever read. The fact that it is so well written only increases the emotional impact. John Gunther, Jr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MoseyOn
This is a book written by a father about his son who is dying of an inoperable brain tumor. It is a very beautiful and touching story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It is a thoughtful and loving story of every attempt being made to save the life of John Gunther's son and the wise understanding of a young son. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol B. Mattison
I liked the book, but it took a long time to read. I only got for my brother, because he was dying of brain cancer, and it was one of the last things he requested of me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathy A Harpster
Very good. Read it with my 14 year old son. Kept you inteested and excited. Unfotunately the family did not call for God's help during their tradegy.Published 2 months ago by joseph paul harmon
Incredibly moving book. Well written. Heart wrenching. Thought provoking. It will make you mindful to be grateful for the good things of life.Published 6 months ago by Donna James
It's definitely a book every young male should read. Boys will learn how to mature into great men through struggles and still remain positive.Published 7 months ago by Terry
This story was extremely well written, and really took you alongside this family and their son as they face such a terrible reality.Published 9 months ago by Jeff Shaw
I read Death Be not Proud as a young girl and have reread it recently. The writing is flawless, though the story is heartbreaking. I was very sad at the end. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Eugenia Renskoff