Sam and Jules – everyone knows that when you see one, the other can’t be far behind. Best friends for more than half their lives, the two are practically inseparable. And in the summer before their last year of high school, Sam and Jules are certain that whatever the future brings – college or professional dance careers or both – they’ll be ready for it, sharing the triumphs and facing the tears together.
But nothing could have prepared them for Jules’s sudden illness and the discovery of its cause – cancer. Sam tries to be a true friend, supporting Jules during the weeks of testing and doctors and treatments, but the horrifying pain and indignities that Jules suffers, and the feeling that she has lost control over her own life, force Jules to a place where even Sam cannot follow. Now both Jules and Sam must learn to accept the unacceptable – that Jules’s cancer may not go away. How each, in her own way, comes to face the possibility of Jules’s death, and learns to celebrate her life, makes for a searingly honest, unforgettable novel.
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