Dying to Know

Dying to Know

Christina Carson / Dec 06, 2019

Dying to Know Why do some people with a life threatening illness miraculously heal Callie Morrow wants to know Unwilling to undergo traditional medical treatment for cancer she bets her life on finding another way

  • Title: Dying to Know
  • Author: Christina Carson
  • ISBN: B006OEVQ1I
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Why do some people with a life threatening illness miraculously heal Callie Morrow wants to know Unwilling to undergo traditional medical treatment for cancer, she bets her life on finding another way Within her eclectic group of friends, three come to her aid and point to possibilities Dr Josie Walker, a disenchanted internist Mary Chang, a restaurateur and longtimeWhy do some people with a life threatening illness miraculously heal Callie Morrow wants to know Unwilling to undergo traditional medical treatment for cancer, she bets her life on finding another way Within her eclectic group of friends, three come to her aid and point to possibilities Dr Josie Walker, a disenchanted internist Mary Chang, a restaurateur and longtime student of Taoism and Joe Kuptana, a world class Intuit artist Ancient philosophies mingle with new world science to create a unique vision around health, healing and well being, one that a struggling, frightened yet determined Callie engages in her attempt to save her life.

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    About "Christina Carson"

      • Christina Carson

        Leaving my budding career in biological research and disowned by my family due to my response to our involvement in the Vietnam War, I immigrated to Canada I lived there 25 years until a Vietnam Vet asked me to marry him Now there s a story for you Canada will always be my home of heart and my first two novels take place there At 70 years of age, I m really not so different than I always was, a loner, a runner, lover of animals and a beautifully turned phrase I have worn many caps, worked in many different fields but have always had one thread running through my life, the insatiable curiosity to understand human nature sufficient to see another way to live, one akin to what I see around me in the natural world I m inclined to write about that in a thousand different ways, well maybe only 20 or 30 Human cosmology is how I refer to it, and it won t let me be.


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    1. Christina Carson writes important books with huge messages. After I read Suffer the Little Children, I thought about her deft portraits of human despair when a life is lived without connection to others. Living a life in balance and without judgment recurs once again in Dying to Know. In this novel, Ms. Carson uses health as the vehicle for expressing her themes. She also examines the way we hide our true feelings in check, even from those closest to us. There are times when communication on the [...]


    2. A cancer diagnosis changes Callie's life, but not always in ways you would expect. Drawing her friends around her, she delves, with their help, into new ways of thinking and new ways of living. This isn't a novel so much as a philosophical treatise on life. With the help of Mary and Joe, Callie learns to let go of her fears and to truly love. Callie's life isn't the only one changed by cancer. Her group of friends gather round and as Callie is tested by her cancer, so are they tested by her need [...]



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