Staring Down the Dragon

[EPUB] ✻ Staring Down the Dragon By Dorothea N. Buckingham –
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Staring Down the Dragon
  • Dorothea N. Buckingham
  • English
  • 07 May 2018
  • 9780972457736

About the Author: Dorothea N. Buckingham

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Staring Down the Dragon book, this is one of the most wanted Dorothea N. Buckingham author readers around the world.

Staring Down the DragonWhen Rell DeMello Went Back To Kailua High After Being Treated For Cancer, Some Kids Called Her Brave Some Said She Was A Hero But, Rell Didn T Want To Be A Hero, She Wanted To Be Normal, Rell Before Cancer Besides, She Knew She Wasn T Brave When Dr Baden Told Her She Had Cancer, She Cried And After All The Surgeries, The Chemotherapy And Radiation, Dr Braden Didn T Say You Don T Have Cancer Any He Said, I Find No Evidence Of Cancer Rell Cried Again No Evidence Like Weeds In A Garden, Creeping Under The Surface, Until One Day A Pale Green Shoot Pops Through The Ground And Chokes All The Budding Flowers Rell Hated Cancer She Hated The Word When Kids Asked Her If She Was Cured She D Say, It S Not Like That It Wasn T The Answer They Wanted To Hear They Wanted A Storybook Ending With A Handsome Prince And A Gallant White Horse Not Nate Lee And His Rust Bucket Truck They Wanted A Perfect Life Movie Of A Blonde Cheerleader Who Got Cancer, Almost Died, Was Cured And, When She Went Back To School, Was Crowned Homecoming Queen It Was Just Like Rell S Life Except For The Part About Being Blonde, A Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen And Cured.

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10 thoughts on “Staring Down the Dragon

  1. Kim says:

    When you hear those words your child has cancer you spiral A teenager, approaching her future, it s hard not to freak out, face it Doesn t matter what kind it is, or the recovery rate, it s still the C w...

  2. Tara says:

    All I can remember is that I truly disliked this book It was than predictable, but wholly unbelievable I never connected with the characters At most, I felt that this book could possibly find its fans in pre teens I do not recommend it.