4 out of 4 stars
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Have you ever imagined how much closeness can bring a cancer fight journey for two soulmates?
Although it’s a chaotic and bumpy path, never and no one would’ve thought that could bring so much clarity and peace for two people that were put together by faith.
Living in Color. is a book written by Mike Murphy, who is also one of the two main characters. It gives the reader the chance to discover all the insights of a long and aggressive struggle with cancer and much more. I was very impressed by this memoir because even if it is a delicate and private subject, the author chooses to expose all the emotions and private details of this trip that spiritually enriched his life to a level that he never dreamed of. And also he is to be admired for his dedication and the fact that after 10 years of learning about what cancer brings to someone’s life, he decides to open a clinic to help thousands of other people being part of this ugly battle.
Mike was having a wonderful family and a happy life next to his kids and wife until a young joyful girl stepped into his office one day. He never knew that this would be the start of a profound love story of whom, from my point of view, we all dream of, even if we know from the beginning that it will come with sensitive and hard moments. You know what they say - all the hard-to-get things in life are the most fulfilling, meaningful and defining ones. Her name is Margot and her bravery, strength and never complaining attitude inspired everyone around her to become better, to enjoy life to the last sip and they all love and admire her. This powerful couple experience will find its support inside the positive thoughts of the people around and they will receive back a part of Margot’s infinite brightness which is contagious.
You will be thoroughly mesmerized by their connection and you will become aware that this amazing feeling called love can beat all the obstacles life is bringing in this spiritual tour which in the end will lead the way to calm and gratefulness.
As a conclusion, this story about eternal love, faith and finding harmony in every aspect of life will get to your heart and shake you to a point where you will realize what are the most important parts of living in this wonderful piece of the Universe. The book editing is flawless, as I did not find any errors. And I can say that there are no aspects of the book I don’t like. Therefore, I rate Living in Color. four out of four stars. . The memoir-type readers will enjoy this from the beginning until the end.
Living in Color
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