Everything Can Change

Everything Can Change

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Growing up in rural Minnesota, Jack Ritter had a dream to make it big in New York City. In June 2003, Jack thinks he has achieved that dream. He is living in the City and is a lawyer at the prestigious New York firm of Garrick Knight Scott & Grant. Jack's only problem is that his job has been interfering with his personal life. He is in the middle of a dry spell with no end in sight. That changes late one night, when Jack receives a call from his ex-girlfriend, Sarah, who invites him over for a drink. Soon after he arrives at her apartment, the dry spell is gloriously and happily over. Jack's euphoria is short-lived, though, after Sarah discovers a lump on his right testicle, a lump that is later diagnosed as testicular cancer. Over the next four months, as Jack undergoes surgery and chemotherapy, he struggles physically, mentally and emotionally. Yet, throughout his trials, Jack is surrounded by Sarah and other friends, his family and others he meets who give him humor, hope, strength and love. With their help, he learns the truth behind the lyrics, "In a New York minute, everything can change." A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to the Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 278 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 376g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507555229
  • 9781507555224

About Brian Kemper

Brian Kemper is a practicing attorney and a cancer survivor. He lives in central Connecticut with his wife Mary Kay and his three kids: Maggie, Riley and Ben. He is also, as his friends remind him, still a bit of a geek.
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