Two daughters. One heartbreaking choice.
One heartbreaking choice.
Will Marion, a single dad, has two perfect kidneys. His sixteen year old twin daughters aren’t so lucky. Without transplants, both girls will probably never see adulthood. The waiting list seems never-ending and their types are rare.
Time is critical, and he has to make a decision.
Should he buy a kidney? Be an organ tourist?
Should he save one child? If so, which one?
Should he sacrifice himself?
Or is there a fourth solution – one so terrible it has never even crossed his mind?
I’m not telling you what Will decides, but I would love to know what you’d do in his situation…
(I can’t work out how to upload this picuture, but it was the thing that most inspired me when I was writing this novel. Boy, it’s a long one…)