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I'd Rather Do Chemo Than Clean Out the Garage: Choosing Laughter Over Tears Paperback – January 1, 2003
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What I didn't expect was to be so appalled at this "Chemo Prima Donna" and using her chemo experience and cancer to guilt friends into bringing food and gifts to buying her artwork as part of "sympathy sales". Chapter 2, "Milking it for All It's Worth" about said it all. She even states, "You may declare me a shameless hussy and accuse me of abusing my friends..." Yes, that is exactly what I thought.
Were there parts of the book that made me laugh? After chapter 2 I kept reading hoping to find something that would have justified the $16.95 pricetag. After putting up with 3/4 of the book and finding only one or two very small things that were slightly funny, I decided it wasn't worth my time to finish reading it.
This book may be for some, but for many of us it's not. A good, fun, light-hearted book not cancer related is a much better investment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rcvd as advertised in good condition. This book was witty and encouraging...great to give to those friends or acquaintances fighting (breast) cancer!Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was such an inspiring book for me after I received my cancer diagnosis. I buy this for all my friends who are newly diagnosed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marion Babe
It's important to keep your sense of humor when going through cancer. This book helps!Published 3 months ago by Ginger McDugle
Great fun book! I'd recommend it for anyone who is having chemo, as well as their families!Published 21 months ago by Carol Slater
I bought this book as an encouragement and laughter for my friend going through ovarian cancer and starting her chemo. I have read parts of it and found it to be hysterical. Read morePublished on March 27, 2014 by Diane Lineback
This book as given to my mom but another cancer fighter when she was diagnosed. During that scary time it was so great to read a positive flip on the "c" word. Read morePublished on March 4, 2014 by Christina