Book review 8 – Ten Needles

This book has a lot of heart.

Written as a collaboration, Martin Latulippe helps a young boy send the world a very important message. The book is short, yet so raw.

Sean Collins fought against a vicious cancer time and time again without ever forgetting what life was all about.

From his young age comes true wisdom that most adults have a hard time grasping.

If you’re feeling down about life, give this book a read. It reads quickly, but ten days would be optimal, one chapter a day, to really let the life lessons sink in.

Life is so precious and we tend to forget that when we’re healthy. Sean wanted people to make sure they were truly living their best life in every moment.

I only have four months left and I’m looking for book recommendations! Any thoughts? Drop suggestions in the comments!Β 

2 thoughts on “Book review 8 – Ten Needles

  1. A couple of recommendations for you:
    – Wherever You Go There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn
    – The Art of Stopping Time by Pedram Shojai

    I think I know a guy who has them if you want to borrow one πŸ˜‰

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