"For years, the only "big C" in the Conley family's life was China -- husband Tony often talked of the country he'd backpacked through and fallen in love with; he'd even learned Mandarin. Eventually, he took a job there, and he and his young American family -- wife Susan, six-year-old Thorne, and four-year-old Aiden -- moved to Beijing. But after being there just long enough to start to feel comfortable in their strange new world, Susan found a lump in her breast. Recounting her navigation of daily life, her two sons' acclimation to a new school, and everyone's adjustment to a life that includes cancer, this memoir is "beautifully written and insightful on many levels" (Booklist)." Armchair Travel August 2014 newsletter http://www.libraryaware.com/996/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/64965980-43c5-4ed5-a895-2f447baa5413?postId=13cca37c-c72d-4631-8aee-90ff571fa742
A very moving account of her struggle with discovering breast cancer in a foreign country, with different customs, where she doesn't speak the language.
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