David Lodge, the author of Small World, Changing Places and Nice Work, says this about my book.
"One in Three shines like a good deed in a world full of unnecessary books. No disease exerts such universal dread as cancer, and yet few of us really understand its nature. By interweaving a moving, but unsentimental, account of his father’s last illness and death with a lucid history of cancer and the efforts of medical science to find a cure for it, Adam Wishart has produced a book that is informative, balanced, accessible, and absolutely riveting."
How good is that?