I have 1 copy of 100 Days of Happiness by Fausto Brizzi to give away!
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About the book
What would you do if you knew you only had 100 days left to live? For Lucio Battistini, it’s a chance to spend the rest of his life the way he always should have—by making every moment count. A love letter to life itself, 100 Days of Happiness unfolds in 100 pithy, cinematic chapters—one for each of Lucio’s remaining days on earth.
When Brizzi saw the deaths of two relatives of close friends, and how differently two people could leave this world, he was inspired to write 100 Days of Happiness. One died slowly and painfully in a hospital bed, fading away before his family, and the other threw a party for friends and family and chose to die on her own terms, in her own time. Brizzi realized leaving life with a sense of celebration is how he would want to go, and began imagining Lucio Battistini’s story.
Martha Woodroof, author of Small Blessings, offered her praise and writes, “100 Days of Happiness is a celebration of everyday life masquerading as a countdown to death. To read it is to realize that the child within us is still alive and well, ready to laugh, play, love unguardedly, and eat hot doughnuts.” Wistful, touching, and often hilarious, 100 Days of Happiness reminds us all to remember the preciousness of life and what matters most.