Tone: First person, heart-wrenching account of what happened after her husband was fatally injured in a bicycle accident.
Take Away: A wake-up call to anyone putting off those “uncomfortable” decisions. Get your paperwork done!
How I discovered this title: I live in the Seattle Area and follow her on Facebook.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Chanel Reynolds’ story might be both the most difficult and the most important book you ever read. With unflinching honesty and raw emotion, she details what happens after her husband is fatally injured in a bicycle accident. She finds they hadn’t adequately planned for a worst case scenario and that made the aftermath so much more difficult. Since his death, she’s made it her mission to help others be better prepared. The book includes checklists and vital information about the conversations, decisions, and legal paperwork you need in place if (or when) the worst happens. FYI: the book contains profanity, graphic medical descriptions, heart-wrenching emotion and the kick-in-the-butt you may need to finally get that paperwork done.
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