As Long as We Both Shall Live: Two Novels

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Dell Laurel-Leaf, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 203 pages
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A change is coming, April Lancaster’s fortune cookie reads. Be prepared. But how could she be prepared for the news that she has an inoperable brain tumor? April’s life will never be the same. Then she meets handsome Mark Gianni. Mark has cystic fibrosis, but he also has a passion for life . . . and for April. When he asks April to marry him, she’s happier than she’s ever been.

April thought she and Mark would be together forever. But since Mark’s death, April has never felt more alone. Then Brandon Benedict comes into her life. Brandon is lonely and angry—he and April have a lot in common. But April cannot tell Brandon about her illness. When April’s medical problems suddenly return, she
must decide what to tell Brandon. Can the love she’s felt before help her now?

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Review: As Long as We Both Shall Live (April Lancaster #1-2)

User Review  - Ada - Goodreads

I loved the book and this author is general. This book among others in the collection never failed to make me cry and shake my fists at fate. Nonetheless it does highlight that not all sad stories ... Read full review

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User Review  - Anah - Goodreads

Oh, yes. I loved this in middle school. Tear jerker for adolescents. Read full review

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Lurlene McDaniel has written more than 30 inspirational novels. Her books have received acclaim from teachers, parents, young adults, and reviewers.

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