Why did I love this book?
I adore stories about medical ethics and weighted decisions, those which cause me to ponder what I would do if faced with a similar choice.
Joe O’Brien, a veteran police officer, is devastated to receive a diagnosis of Huntington’s disease. With a fifty percent chance of inheriting the disease, each of his four adult children must decide whether to get tested. Will they decide to learn their fate and face the consequences or roll the dice and take their chances?