• Turtle Shells

  • Heading Through Cancer
  • By: Bunny Leach
  • Narrated by: Bunny Leach
  • Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 07-17-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • 2.0 (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

At one time, Bunny's life seemed perfect. After her husband retired from the professional tennis circuit, where they traveled with their two children around the world, they packed up and moved to paradise, Florida. But when their 16-year-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer, paradise quickly turned into a nightmare. As the family drifted apart, Bunny put her faith in God and fought for her daughter's life. Turtle Shells: Heading Through Cancer, a mother's gripping memoir, is sure to tug at heart strings as she recounts her daughter's battle against brain cancer and her fight to be happy again.
©2012 Bunny Leach (P)2012 Tate Publishing
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Customer Reviews

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By betty on 08-22-12

Very misleading

What disappointed you about Turtle Shells?

It sounds like it is read by a 15 year old, and she is just reading without any emotion.

What was most disappointing about Bunny Leach’s story?

It seemed so childish.

What didn’t you like about Bunny Leach’s performance?

The reading sounds like it is being read in a monotone voice.

Any additional comments?

This could have been a great book, but is comes accross like an eight grader writing a story.

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