4/20/12

Book Review: Motherhood Exaggerated by Judith Hannan

Judith Hannan's memoir "Motherhood Exaggerated" is a heart-filled story about the medical journey she and her daughter traveled. Childhood cancer appeared in their family and Judith's story chronicles the nightmare, the struggle and the eventual triumph of her daughter. The emotions simply pour out of this book and I was brought to tears through her story. She shares a lot about the relationship between her and her daughter, as well as many interactions with the other members of her family. We also hear about frightful doctor appointments, chemotherapy sessions, and the heart-wrenching effects. Throughout the book Judith sees past the cancer in her daughter and is determined to help lead her out of the illness. The book grabs you from page one and doesn't let go. I loved reading this book and was blessed with their story.
Disclosure: I received this book at no charge in exchange for my honest review.


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