Into Extra Time Paperback

Living Through the Final Stages of Cancer and Jottings Along the Way

by Michael Paul Gallagher;

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Into Extra Time

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In January 2015, priest and theologian, Michael Paul Gallagher, was diagnosed with cancer - he had a tumor, 'a nasty one' according to his doctor. After months of chemotherapy Gallagher succumbed to the disease, passing away in November 2015.Into Extra Time is Gallagher's final book, written in the knowledge that his death was imminent. It started as a diary for himself, trying to explore his experience of illness. But it became clear that the story of a believer going through stages of cancer could offer some spiritual light for others in such times of struggle.The book is split into sections. The first dealing with themes that people of faith suffering terminal illness may come face to face with, from darkness and revelation to springboards including imagination, transformation and transcendence. Thesecond section serves as Gallagher's own emotive cancer diary, evoking what he termed the 'waves of fog and shafts of light' central in his experience.

Into Extra Time by Michael Paul Gallagher was published by Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd in February 2016. The ISBN for Into Extra Time is 9780232532524.

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Details for Into Extra Time

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherDarton,Longman & Todd Ltd (February 2016)
Number of Pages144
Thickness6 mm
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code4450125
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