Review by: Frances Lefkowitz, Body and Soul - January 31, 2005
"[A] fascinating blend of personal and cultural commentary, of provocative insights, and encouraging advice for anyone affected by cancer . . ."
Review by: Nick Owcher, Los Angeles Times - January 31, 2005
"Today one finds a variety of cancer drugs under trial or approved for use . . . But there is still a gap between what medicine can do now and what it will do in the future. And Stoller's book is a bridge over that gap because it reminds all patients that, in the face of illness, their lives are rich in meaning and still worth living."
Review: Publishers Weekly, starred review - January 13, 2005
"Readers will find Stoller's account valuable and his perspective on sorcery surprisingly moving."