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BRIAN PICCOLO A SHORT SEASON The book Brian Piccolo A Short Season by Jeannie Morris really depicts how ones true dream can become shattered by the monstrous disease that has come to be known as Cancer One might think that this book is a boring no-point book but quite to the contrary More books like this one need to be out on the shelves today to really illustrate to those healthy people out there that life is not always just a bowl of cherries There are people out there suffering and cancer has ruined if not taken there lives Brian Piccolo was a running back for the Chicago Bears in the late 60s One night during a game Pic as his refrends referred to him had made two touchdowns on his own After his last touchdown however Pic began to feel light headed and naseaus Once to the touchdown zone Brian fell to his knees in agony and collapsed The cause for this was due to a large tumor in his body that turned out to be mallignent Once the doctors tried to go on and remove the tumor they were shocked to see that it was the size of a grapefruit His wife Joy Piccolo stood at his side the entire operation and everynight there after Brian and Joy were what most people would call the ideal couple Brian was the All-American hardworking athlete while Joy was the loving supportive wife that stood by his side no matter what his successes or failures might bring Brian lived through the operation but then the Piccolos got another piece of disheartening piece of news What was this piece of news you might be asking yourself The answer is in the book Brian Piccolo A Short Season by Jeannie Morris This book traces the life and death of a superstar hwo had a dream A dream to make his loving fans happy and to become
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