Don't Send Me Any Rainbows
A True StoryBook - 1997
This autobiographical novel is a comical romp through the Last Great Adventure of the author's beloved Aunt Allie, who is dying of cancer. Fenton eases Aunt Allie's passage into the Great Beyond with certain Mystery School teachings, nutritional advice, her own personal visions, and good old-fashioned common sense in her approach to life and death. Don't Send Me Any Rainbows is a delightful, charming story that gives new meaning to "death with dignity". Sparkling dialog, characters that touch your heart and your funny bone -- it is a must-read for anyone whose loved ones have a terminal illness.
Publisher: Livermore, Calif. : Inner Eye Books, 1997
Branch Call Number: RC265.6.K53 F46 1997
Characteristics: vi, 394 p. ; 22 cm
Topical Term: Cancer