“Meeting and getting to spend time with Miles Levin was a life changer for me as it was for thousands of others all over the world.….He has taught us what it means to live life without fear, but with joy.” —Bob Woodruff, TV journalist wounded by an IED in Iraq.
A gifted but unfocused teenager’s life is radically transformed by the diagnosis of a deadly cancer. Working out his feelings on a blog, his charm, humor, spirit, and wrenching honesty drew the attention of tens of thousands of readers. While most of his days were challenging, he shares with us the thrill of first love, the fun of prom night, and the caring and admiration of his community. Cancer brought an end to his life, but he brought completion to his life. And in so doing, he left us an enduring gift, thereby fulfilling his greatest desire when he wrote: Dying is not what scares me, it’s dying having had no impact.