100 Days of Happiness

100 Days of Happiness

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What would you do if you knew you only had 100 days left to live? So begins the last hundred days of Lucio's life, as he attempts to care for his family, win back his wife (the love of his life and afterlife), and spend the next three months enjoying every moment with a zest he hasn't felt in years. From helping his hopelessly romantic, widowed father-in-law find love, discovering comfort in enduring friendships, and finding new ones, Lucio becomes, at last, the man he's always meant to be. In 100 epigrammatic chapters, one for each of Lucio's remaining days on earth, it is as delicious as a hot doughnut and a morning cappuccino.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, , [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9780525427377
0525427376
Characteristics: x, 368 pages ; 22 cm
Alternative Title: One hundred days of happiness

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lola_jane
Dec 05, 2016

100 Days of Happiness drew me in from the first page. Written in the conversational tone of a friend telling a story over a cup of coffee, the reader is introduced to Lucio, an endearing character despite his less than admirable traits. As Lucio reveals in the first few pages, he has terminal cancer and has 100 days to live - give or take a few.

Through Lucio's journey, Brizzi reminds readers of our own mortality. Rather than feeling preachy it is an inspiration to see Lucio develop from a mediocre father and husband to a man who really understands his family and goes to great lengths to be what they need. Every chapter is a reminder that while we may have more than the 100 granted to Lucio - our days here are numbered. Brizzi offers a wake up call to take stock of our own lives and think about what's important - he even leaves a few pages to jot down your own notes on the matter.

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maris_ianna
Jun 20, 2016

I loved this book! A very easy read, but emotional enough to keep your attention and tug some heart strings.

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andrearbearman
Apr 06, 2016

Decent book. I loved that the chapters were short. It was pretty sad and depressing most of the time. I was hoping there was going to be a silver lining or something, but I just finished it feeling very sad.

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