Gentle Readers, yesterday's post about Living with Sickle Cell Disease brought in some interesting e-mail, including an update about another memoir about beating the odds, Franco Antonetti's I Wouldn't Die.
I've not read it, and apparently some Huffington Post readers may think I shouldn't mention it, but I did notice something unusual about this book at Amazon. Thirty reviews, and all the customer ratings give this book full marks.
Normally, if thirty people have read a book, at least one of them didn't like it. So why is this not the case with I Wouldn't Die? Now I want to read it.