Book Reviews of No Such Thing as a Bad Day

No Such Thing as a Bad Day
No Such Thing as a Bad Day
Author: Hamilton Jordan, Hamilton Jordan
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ISBN-13: 9781565114296
ISBN-10: 1565114299
Publication Date: 8/15/2000
Edition: 5 cassettes - lightl
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Highbridge Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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A Memoir by Hamilton Jordon - Amazing life story (to current time anyway). Three times has survived cancers (non-Hodgkins lymphoma, melanoma and prostate cancer. Each time he was able to battle his way clear due to early detection, keeping well-informed and keeping a positive attitude as keys to his survival. Additionally, he was part of the Civil Rights movement, youngest Presidential Chief of Staff (Carter Years) and has experienced a lot of, and been a part of, other important changes in the USA and the world at large.

After reading this book you can't help but like this guy. Wonderful.
262 pages. Oversized Paperback.
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Jordan's memoir ranges from the civil-rights era south to being the youngest presidential Chief of Staff ever to Jimmy Carter. His struggle with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma is moving.
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Best book of many I read on cancer -- it was given to me during my chemo; it made the experience bearable.
He had survived three kinds of cancer by the time he wrote this, including the two I have had.
Extremely helpful.
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I really did not like this book.
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Former White House chief-of-staff (President Carter) Hamilton Jordan chronicles his memoirs in this cancer survival story. Jordan's life has echoed the collective national experience of his generation on many levels: Vietnam, his youth in the Civil-Rights-era South, and his tumultuous years in Washington, D.C.
Not just once, but three times he has been diagnosed with cancer in its various forms: non-Hodgkins lymphoma, melanoma, and prostate cancer. He fought all of this with a positive attitude and a well-informed mind.
This is an unforgettable read on many fronts: practical advice about coping with cancer, and memorable anecdotes about notable figures of recent American history.
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Really good..my Dr. recommended this to me.
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I bought it and have never read it; my husband also has a copy so it is still available to me.