Book by Chapin, James H.
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What's it like to be the recipient of a heart transplant? For James Chapin, popularly known as Bozo the Clown, medically known as UCLA heart transplant patient number 96, it's a hoot! Jim Chapin's sense of the absurd, his unerring timing, and his willingness to be the butt of his own jokes make A Change of Heart a procedure quite unlike any you've read or heard about.
No matter if he's talking about death and dying or life and living, what Chapin does best is make us laugh. He never lectures the reader about health, about how to deal with the stages of dying that a person with a terminal illness undergoes, about what it's like to live each day as if it were your last. There are no buzzwords in his book, no psychobabble, no incense, no spiritual salad. Instead, there's plenty of common sense delivered with a mischievous wink and a deft pratfall. -- From the Publisher
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Book Description Cypress House, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1879384256