Signed by Handler on title page
Intensely personal and universal, this is an unforgettable story of the
only surviving sibling in a family defined by death and dying. One
sister was diagnosed with leukemia at age six and died two years later;
the youngest girl suffered from a rare bone marrow disorder and died at
twenty-seven. Handler, an Art Institute of Atlanta instructor, may never
have wished to bear the burden of being the family chronicler, but she
does it with supernatural grace and honesty.
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