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Seth Greenland

A Kingdom of Tender Colors

Cover: A Kingdom of Tender Colors - Seth Greenland

Seth Greenland

A Kingdom of Tender Colors

2020, pp. 288, Hardcover
ISBN: 9781609455835
Region: United States
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$ 24.00

The book

A Kingdom of Tender Colors is a book about cancer—the funny side.

One unremarkable day at the age of 37 Seth Greenland finds himself in everyone’s nightmare – a routine doctor visit, some swollen glands, a series of tests, a biopsy, and finally a diagnosis of an aggressive form of lymphatic cancer. A screenwriter and satirist with a blooming career in Hollywood, Seth has felt pretty good about his life until now; suddenly, the world has tipped on its axis.

With the support of friends and family, Seth launches into an attempt to save his own life without losing either his sanity or his sense of humor. From chemotherapy treatments, to meditation and more alternative treatments, he battles the disease with wit, honesty, and no small amount of sheer terror. There are no pat answers or inspirational revelations here, just one man confronting hopes and fears recognizable to us all – and triumphing.

The author

Seth Greenland
Seth Greenland is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter, and author of five novels, including Shining City (a Washington Post Best Book of the Year) and The Hazards of Good Fortune (nominated for the 2019 Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger). Born in New York City, Greenland lives in Los Angeles with his wife.  

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