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No More Secs! may strike a chord if you've got multiple sclerosis, or love someone who does. Still, it is only my story, not your story, and certainly not THE story of MS. Oh, and it's not all about MS either. Really. That's because life marches on whether we feel up to it or not. Mine sure did and, whether or not I'm ready, it keeps on marching. At its very heart, this is a love story. Romantic love. Love of family. Love of life. If you take a leap of faith and give No More Secs! a read, it is my sincere hope you come away from it on a positive note. Then I'll know I've done good. Thank you.See all Editorial Reviews
Great to hear peoples personal stories. Thanks for putting yourself out there.Published 3 months ago by A. Litchy
I enjoyed reading this memoir. Ann was diagnosed with MS and relates her story with warmth, humor, and conviction. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jamie
I do have MS, so I could relate. A real, yet humorous book about dealing with awful disease. Laughter is a big key.Published 16 months ago by Stagetechgrl
This book validated so much about my own MS story. It made me feel less alone with my symptoms and I saw so much of myself in some of her stories. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kathy Hasty
Ms. Pietrangelo offers a very well-written and candid view of life with MS. The tone is quite positive considering the uncertainty and frustration of life with MS. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Richard H. Walden
still reading. like so far. funny has body to it. need more time. nice and short. easy to read. looking forward to finishing it.Published 23 months ago by Lorraine A. Schreiber
I bought this book for my daughter who was recently diagnosed with MS. She has read many books about this disease since being diagnosed but this one touched her heart. Read morePublished on October 27, 2012 by Reggie
Throughly enjoyed Ann's true story about living with MS. Even for those who don't have MS it is definitely worth reading. Read morePublished on April 17, 2012 by lbj