I first met Mavis as a cyber friend on a motorhome forum.
Mavis was and still is such a helpful member on there, she spends hours talking to, and also helping others on the forum.
So when Mavis posted on the forum,saying she was ill, and how would she get through this........I was really upset.
To read Mavis's story is one of true courage and inspiration, as every day the fight continues against what Mavis describes as her 'little nasty'. The book comes to life as you live each day of this fight with Mavis and her beloved Husband Ray.
I cried when I read the poem by Ray, and I felt all the emotions that the couple were going through together,as the story unfolded, and I felt that I was in their living room with them, as Mavis describes each day in this incredible journey fighting her 'little nasty' mesothelioma.
The book ends with 'watch this space' and I truly will be doing so. What a remarkable woman Mavis is and I wish both Mavis and Ray the very best. The sheer determination and Mavis's courage shine from every page.
If mesothelioma is affecting you or anyone you know, I would definitely read this book.