A family in crisis. An impossible choice. A race against time.
An unplanned pregnancy turns the lives of Deanna, her husband Max, and her teenage son upside down. But there's something else wrong...
After baby David receives a cancer diagnosis, Deanna drops everything to focus on finding a cure. Max has other ideas.
Based on his own troubled past, Max challenges Deanna to consider quality of life versus quantity. Their opposing opinions throw their marriage into chaos and Deanna seeks treatment options alone.
Caught in the middle, Alex must navigate this family crisis on his own. An unexpected friendship with a cancer survivor may offer the perspective he needs.
With the clock ticking, Deanna stops at nothing to save baby David's life... but will her relationship with her family survive the process?
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Praise for David's Summer:
"This book...It had me from the very beginning til the very end. I loved it! I felt like I was a part of this family. I have to warn you...It is a tear-jerker but I think you'll love it, too."
"This book left me in tears. I could not put it down. The question of how far would you go to save your child is epic. A story of cancer and support when your world is turned upside down."
"As I read this book, I cried through the honesty of the family and what they were going through. The value of a human being is priceless, especially a child. This book is an emotionally charged read and will stay with you for a long time. Excellent!"
"This is a riveting story of crisis within a family and the toll taken when one is extremely ill and the family is floundering in the midst of pain and suffering. It is an important story and one felt by countless families every day. I was deeply affected by the teenage son's experience, as he lost his support team."
"Totally heartbreaking ... how lives can change suddenly. Nobody knows when changes occur and the effect it has on everyone. A captivating story which will keep you reading to the end."
"This was a good story. It wasn't as sad as I thought it was going to be. There was a lot of growth and communication happening for this family throughout this tragedy they experienced."
"What an excellent and well written story. Gabel took a very difficult subject and was able to intertwine a story around it in such a way that I just had to keep reading. Can't wait to see what he writes next!"
"David's Summer was very well set from the beginning. Some parts made me smile, while others made me cry. I rate a book by my heart. This book pulled at my heart strings. This book was full of raw emotions. Anyone who has dealt with cancer knows its fury. A MUST read."