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This book is so good!! I liked everything about it. There is nothing that I didn't like about it. This book is sad, but it has a meaning that I can't explain. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Ray
This book was just okay. It didn't really make me feel much of anything, so I will not give it many stars.Published 4 months ago by Jenval
Sam is eleven years old. He likes lists, records and facts, he has a sister called Ella and a friend called Felix. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Suze Lavender
this book is really good, espeicially when you like sad books. the main character, sam, has cancer and knows he only has one year to live. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jana Williams
This was AMAZING!!!!! Now I'm crying that's how good this book was. I wish that I could forget what I just read to read it all over again.Published 12 months ago by Robert W Dreyer
One of the best books I've read. It was sad and exciting, so good that I cried and couldn't put it downPublished 12 months ago by Angel C. Rangel
very interesting perspective of 'dying' from a young person's viewpoint. Ms Nichols style of writing is fresh.Published 12 months ago by TxDragonfly
This book deals with a youngster who has leukemia trying to understand death. It explores his reaction to the death of his friend and how others deal with his impending death. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Prindaville