I Only Cry At Night: living with Sickle Cell Disease
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I Only Cry At Night: living with Sickle Cell Disease

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I Only Cry at Night, living with Sickle Cell Disease. A personal story about overcoming and living beyond sickle cell disease.
Paperback, 182 pages
Published October 15th 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Lynn  Davidson
No matter how much you think you know, or don’t know, about Sickle Cell Disease, this book will give you a perspective you cannot have aside from having the disease yourself or knowing well someone who does. There are still many misconceptions about it and much misunderstanding.

Ms. Jones has opened her heart and invited the reader into her life, the good and the bad. In a personable writing style she tells in an honest way about her upbringing in a large family that had little understanding of h...more
Hussain
When I purchased this book I had the impression that the writer will talk about experience with sickle cell solely. It turns out to be an autobiography book for the writer. It describes her sufferings and struggles living in a torn apart family in a bad neighborhood and her struggles to survive in life. Part of her struggle was having Sickle Disease. The writer blames her family, mother and father specifically for her sufferings, complain about her mother acting like a victim all the time and fo...more
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