His Name Was Ben



His Name Was Ben Hearing The Words It S Cancer, Threw Sara Phillips Life Into Chaos, Until An Unexpected Turn Of Events And A Chance Encounter With A Stranger Changed Everything His Name Was Ben Based On Real Events, Ben And Sara Discover That When All Else Fails, Healing Can Come In The Most Unexpected Ways Chilling And Heart Wrenching, His Name Was Ben Is A Triumph Over The Devastating Circumstances And Fear Experienced When Faced With A Terminal Illness In This Narrative, The Power Of Love Conquers Shadows And Transforms The Very Nature And Meaning Of What It Is To Be Fully Alive From The Award Winning, Best Selling Author Of, The Persecution Of Mildred Dunlap, Comes A Story Filled With Soul And Passion That Will Leave The Reader Thinking About It For Days After The Last Page Is Closed Paulette Mahurin Compassionately Renders An Insightful Tale About Love And Life In The Moment, When A Moment Is All There Is Both Ordinary And Extraordinary, Sara And Ben Kept Me Up At Night Rooting For Them, As Did Mahurin Of Course, A Writer Of Exceptional Heart, For Her Tender And Wise Depiction Of Love Against All Odds A Rare Pleasure, His Name Was Ben Is Not To Be Missed Lee Fullbright, Author Of The Angry Woman Suite Against The Biggest Of Obstacles A Couple Can Face, The Positive Message Is That It Is Never Too Late To Start Living Christoph Fischer Author Of Sebastian.

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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • His Name Was Ben
  • Paulette Mahurin
  • English
  • 09 March 2018
  • 0692264698

10 thoughts on “His Name Was Ben

  1. Lorna Lee says:

    Mahurin, who wrote the wildly successful and award winning The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap, has done it again She is an adept writer who knows how to create complex characters living complicated lives, tugging the reader into the world she creates The details and dialog ring so true that I felt I was in the story with them, often forgetting that I was reading Paulette Mahurin s writing is that good This time, we re drawn into the intimate lives of two cancer patients It s clear Paulette Mahurin, who wrote the wildly successful and award winning The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap, has done it again She is an adept writer who knows how to create complex characters living complicated lives, tugging the reader into the world she creates The details and dialog ring so true that I felt I was in the story with them, often forgetting that I was reading Paulette Mahurin s writing is that good This time, we re drawn into the intimate lives of two cancer patients It s clear Paulette used her medical background and extensive research becaus...

  2. Wanda Hartzenberg says:

    I almost managed to read this book in one sitting Almost Ben meets a girl Ok a woman whom is treated by the same oncologist he is seeing for the first timeSo begins an epic love story at times raw with naked truth about cancer at others lyrical about the mere act of living Between our main two protagonists is a dog One Ben learns to love as both he and his new love interest learn how to take a crash coarse with coming to terms with what formed them, driven their actions and dictated how I almost managed to read this book in one sitting Almost Ben meets a girl Ok a woman whom is treated by the same oncologist he is seeing for the first timeSo begins an epic love story at times raw with naked tru...

  3. Bill Ward says:

    I have just finished this book in very quick time as I didn t want to stop reading It is a story about a couple who meet while suffering from terminal cancer and are taking a last throw of the dice, by volunteering for a trial of a promising but unproven treatment Sounds like a recipe for a tear jerker Well I did shed a few tears but actually this is in fact a very uplifting story because though their time together was limited, they found a love that we can all only hope to experience The st I have just finished this book in very quick time as I didn t want to stop reading It is a story about a couple who meet while suffering from terminal cancer and are taking a last throw of the dice, by volunteering for a trial of a promising but unproven treatment Soun...

  4. Ty Patterson says:

    If you want to read schmaltzy love stories, this is not for you.If you want to read about how to start living, when you are dying, then Paulette Mahurin s His Name was Ben, is just the story for you.While death is ever present in the book, it s treated very maturely and the book is a love story of two strong people who do not fill their lives with self pity, rather they seize the moment and start loving.And start living.Strongly recommended Mahurin is an author to watch out for.Her stories are If you want to read schmaltzy love stories, this is not for you.If you want to read about how to start living, when you are dying, then Paulette Mahurin s His Name was Ben, is just the story for you.While death is ever present in the book, it s tre...

  5. Christoph Fischer says:

    His name was Ben by Paulette Mahurin is a beautifully written, bitter sweet love story between two cancer patients, Ben and Sara, and really also between them and her Rottweiler dog Tazzie.Sara, a nurse practitioner, develops an aggressive type of breast cancer, first detected by said dog, Tazzie The story of her diagnosis and the initial treatment is full of raw emotion and written with great empathy and with ...

  6. Arletta Dawdy says:

    Inspired by real characters, Paulette Mahurin s HIS NAME WAS BEN probes in rich depth a story about living life to the fullest Many books are out in the world that tell of patients, friends and family dealing with their own or another s journey with cancer The exceptionally tender, fact filled and emotionally laden difference here is the intense dissection of fear, love, hope and endurance Sara s condition improves with experimental drug treatment after her double mastectomy Much slower to h Inspired by real characters, Pau...

  7. T R says:

    Mahurin writes with heart and passion, a story not about facing death but what it is to be alive And it s never too late This every living, breathing moment, is here to be valued, a point driven home in this poignant read This is a must read for anyone facing a terminal illness, anyone with a family me member with a terminal illness, or anyone wanting a glimpse into revelations that bring the miraculous living moment to the present, for joy and love A truly beautiful romance novel that I wil Mahurin writes with heart and passion, a story not about facing death but what it is to be alive And it s never too late This every living, breathing moment, is here to be valued, a point driven home in this poignant read This is a must read for anyone facing a terminal illness, anyone with a family me member with a terminal illness, or anyone wanting a glimpse into revelations that bring the miraculous living moment to the present, for joy and love A truly beautiful romance novel t...

  8. Lauren says:

    This isn t my usual genre that I read but I was gripped from the first chapter I was rooting for Sara from the start Such a well written and honest work I was gripped and as the tale unfolded I couldn t stop The romantic in me really wished and wished for what would be a happy ending and I feel the way in which the author told the story left me satisfied, yet emotionally drained ...

  9. Lee Fullbright says:

    An insightful , compassionate tale about love and life in the moment, when a moment is all there is Both ordinary and extraordinary, Sara and Ben kept me up all night rooting for them, as did Mahurin of course, a writer o...

  10. Christina Hamlett says:

    The good news is feeling an instant chemistry with the handsome man sitting next to you in a waiting room The bad news is that the waiting room is in a hospital and both of you are oncology patients with uncertain futures Such is the premise of author Paulette Mahurin s compelling and bittersweet new novel, His Name Was Ben The storyline strikes a particularly poignant chord with me these days as one of my dearest friends is currently going through her second bout with cancer I can get th The good news is feeling an instant...

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