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Publisher's Summary

I got tired. Tired of all the fluffy, just-guessing books about what people regret, want, and will do at the end of their life. I'm a hospice nurse and I want to show the world how love can be messy, not-pretty, complicated, funny, fun and heart-breakingly beautiful. I want the world to know that caring for someone who's dying is challenging and this is where you discover your true self.
©2015 Nina Angela McKissock (P)2017 Nina Angela McKissock
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer Stillions on 11-02-17

magnificent book

as a 5 year hospice volunteer this book is an essential read. As a mortal human living in a country where everyone seems so afraid to tall about death. ..this is an essential read. Everything about this book is beautiful.

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5 out of 5 stars
By From Sun to Sun on 03-03-18

Heart opening. REAL. No fluff, no religiosity

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes. Because it's real life, real patients.

What other book might you compare From Sun to Sun to and why?

All Creatures Great and Small. It's similar to the veteranarian who goes from home to home, farm to farm, caring for animals. But this is with people.

Which scene was your favorite?

Ken McKenzie describing the ballet

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Moving forward with life, through death.

Any additional comments?

Please don't be afraid to read this book. It will truly enhance your quality of life!

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