'An extraordinary book ... a profoundly moving description
of Caron's fight for life, and the spiritual journey she took'
Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan
'Gloria Hunniford's daughter, TV presenter Caron Keating, was
thirty-four when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Initially
she was declared in the clear but the cancer came back, despite
her attempts to fight it off with every therapy going. She died
This is Gloria's account of Caron's life. It is outstanding from
the beginning…feels painfully truthful but is utterly
absorbing. It is about the difficult bond between mothers and
daughters ... about what happens to a family when one of its
members gets taken over by a disease. Gloria's honesty in writing
this book is extraordinary ... both Caron and Gloria come across
as amazingly strong, loving and inspiring characters'
'We see Caron as a daughter, a sister, a wife, a friend and a
mother - but most of all as a fighter. This is not a story of
illness and death, rather it's a beautiful, emotional celebration
of an extraordinary life that sadly ended far too soon.
A beautiful read'