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Saving Daniel

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by: Samantha Hayduk
Books with a 5 star rating  (3)
Publication Date: December 5, 2020
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 99
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648589355
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Book Synopsis
At twenty-nine years old, Samantha’s worst fears become reality as she learns of her younger brother’s tragic suicide.

Now, an only child, she is forced to sort through the wreckage of guilt, grief, and regret in order to rebuild a life he would be proud of; a life that honors his final wish.
Customer Comments
Amanda Skidmore
Posted: February 11, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
This is crazy I use to go to school with Samantha and I actually played at her house with her when we were little. She loved her her brother so much and she always had a heart of gold and I’m sure she still does and her mother and father were very sweet people they were the kind of people that would give the shirt off their back. I will be purchasing this book. And to the family may god bless you all and my sincere condolences to all of you.????
Anonymous
Posted: February 24, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
This memoir speaks to all of us who have struggled with anxiety, depression, addiction, anger, sorrow, pain, feelings of not being enough, feelings of not doing enough and the need to "fix it". We all have struggles. While this is Sam's journal to her brother, we can all see bits and pieces of ourselves in this family's journey. Read it. You will cry and that's ok. Share it when you're done with it. Someone else needs it too. Someone needs to know that they are not alone. You are not alone.
The author did an amazing job of sharing the story of Daniel. Very well written. The back and forth in the timeline from past to present worked well and made it all the more relatable. Because life is never as easy as start to finish. Life takes us in circles and loops and back again.
A book well worth the read.
Lori Kahm
Posted: February 28, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
It takes a lot of courage to allow the public “in” when it comes to something so private and tragic.
Daniels heart was pure and kind. I know he’s as proud of you as I am.
I love you.