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The story Until Angels Close My Eyes was a very emotional story that revolves around how Cancer dramatically changes life At the beginning I assumed that this book was would be a tiresome dull uninteristing just like the other books that ive read about family problems However just reading the 14 of the book I realized that I had judged the book by its cover This was one of the greatest books that i have read It was about a girl who undergoes emotional phases when her step father gets liver cancer Leah a 17 year old who was just cured from bone cancer discovers that her loving stepfather Niel diagnosed with liver cancer She had considered him to be her father because he was the only male influence in her life She hoped for him to be cured Unfortunately liver cancer cannot be cured easlily because it is where the dead red blood cells are collected to regenerate new blood cells She craved to see Ethan her boyfriend - an Amish boy who she met in her summer vacation in Nappanee in Ohio or Tenessee So far she has told him everything about herself and with her new problem her desire to meet him grew stronger From being a strong vibrant energetic man Leahs step father became frail and weak from liver cancer He felt that he betrayed Leah for not telling about his cancer condition before However the main reason why he did didnt tell her was because she was just cured from bone cancer and didnt want to put another burden in her back Niel was taking Chemotherapy treatment for his cancer Chemotherapy has many side effects - losing of hair becoming weaker and more Leahs mother Roberta realized that her husband was diagnosed with cancer that she became emotional He was a great husband for her - he was charming loving caring nice thoughtful This was the only family that actually
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