In January 2011, aged 21, Tom Preston was diagnosed with stage four advanced aggressive lymphoma. His chances of survival were optimistically placed at around 40 percent. This short, autobiographical work tells the story of the fight in the months that followed - but this is no ordinary cancer memoir.
The Boy in the Mirror is written in the second person - so the events in this book are happening to you, the listener, living through the hope, love, suffering, death, and black comedy encountered by Tom during the battle to save himself.
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A MAMOTH JOURNEY..
the experience for me was so rewarding as I too have Lymphoma and in the same place.. however my treatment was not quite like this Boys !! beautiful told to us by a wonderful narrator Alex Wyndham ..
Tom has helped me by writing this enlightening book, I can say the word " CANCER" and not feel its a death sentence anymore..
His courage and strength in telling it to us.
YES !!but when things got tough I had a break
thank you Tom Preston Good luck .Your gonna Make it Lad..
A very well-written and honest account, that must inspire efforts in treating and finding cures for cancer.