Ending in Angels

Young adult, humor, disability, wheelchair, and arthritis

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"Ending in Angels" is a novel about overcoming challenges. The main character, Dave, is growing up with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis in a wheelchair. Like many adolescents, Dave battles bullying, anxiety, insecurity, grief, depression, and even suicidal thoughts. Luckily, he is able to use his relationships and memories to help him cope. Finally Dave sets out on a journey across the country and a journey through his own thoughts and feelings. The question is: where will his journey end?



Price: $17.50

Pages: 296

Rank: 9,873,980

ISBN: 143032581X

Publication Date:

Publisher: Lulu.com

Description: Three people have shaped David Grant's life. Now one is on the other side of the country, one is on the other side of the world, and one may be gone forever. Dave's Dad is always there for him. But everything changed in Niagara Falls, where Dave learned that fathers are not superheroes. They are flawed and fallible and invaluable models of the men that boys become. Dave's best friend is Ollie. And you can always count on "The Big Man" to carry Dave, his wheelchair, or both during hard times. They joked and fought their way through the adolescent purgatory that was Slauson Junior High School, and together they can survive anything. But can Dave survive alone? His first day at Slauson, Dave met Annie, and she was perfect in a twelve-year-old boy's eyes. Over the years, their adventures in Toronto and the Bahamas brought them closer, but now the distance between them may be insurmountable. And so Dave's journey to find them begins. The question is: where will his journey end?

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