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Let Him Live (One Last Wish) Paperback – January 1, 1993
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"A candy striper helps a 17-year-old boy deal with his uncertain future as he awaits a liver transplant. Together, they use his "One Last Wish" money to build a center for terminally ill kids.
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A candy striper helps a 17-year-old boy deal with his uncertain future as he awaits a liver transplant. Together, they use his "One Last Wish" money to build a center for terminally ill kids.
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Megan charnels friend Cindy died and Megan's Therapists told her that getting involved would help her come to terms with what happened to Cindy. Megan new it was the last thing on her mind to work at a hospital for the summer. The worst part is she has to work with her dad the whole summer and that didn't sound like a fun summer to Megan. Then she meets a sick boy named Donovan Jacoby and she accidentally gets involved in his life.
I liked Let him live a lot, and it is by my favorite Author Lorlene McDaniel. She writes the best books. This book is good because I like Hard-hitting books and realistic to, after you finish the book it leaves you with inspiration.
Let him live wasn't really similar to my life. The touching part in this book was when Megan started caring more and showing more respect to her father's job now Megan sees why her father likes his work. I recommend, "let him live" to people who like hard-hitting and realistic, but also leaves you with inspiration and hope, The age group that would most understand would be 8 and up .The Females would mostly like "Let him live".
So do you want to know how Megan charnel can give you a wish? Well read the book and you'll find out.
At the hospital, Meg almost literally runs into Donnavan. Donnavan was racing a boy ina wheelchair down a hallway in the pediartics wing. Donnavan's 17, and dealing with a failing liver. He doens't let it get him down though.
Meg starts to fel drawn to Donnavan, and visits him room often. He comes from a poor home. His single mother and his little brother, Brett, who's 6, don't get to visit him often.
Meg starts to care for Donnavan more and more, but she does't want to admit her feelings to him. Donnavan's really sick, and will die within 6 months if he does't get a liver transplant.
This story was very good, but there wasn't enough romance. I admit, I'm a sucker for romance. lol
Meg is starting a volunteer job at the hospital where her father works. The first person she meets is a boy named Donovan and his liver is failing! He needs a new one. The hospital is trying so hard to find him a donor but no one will donate. Meg becomes great friends with Donovan. Donovan's mother and brother have to travel one to two hours to visit Donovan. Meg has a great idea to build a place near the hospital for parents to stay near their children.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is likes stories about people in the hospital waiting to be released!
Besides every one needs love in thier life, even you!