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Inspired by a rant on the radio, surgeon James McAlister jokingly issues a challenge. He’s going to choose the most hopeless, euthanasia-worthy person he can find, then see whether ‘god-if-he’s-there’ can make their life worth living. The next day he meets wheelchair-bound Deborah Loveless who has been abandoned to a care home. James gets more than he bargained for as gr Inspired by a rant on the radio, surgeon James McAlister jokingly issues a challenge. He’s going to choose the most hopeless, euthanasia-worthy person he can find, then see whether ‘god-if-he’s-there’ can make their life worth living. The next day he meets wheelchair-bound Deborah Loveless who has been abandoned to a care home. James gets more than he bargained for as gradually his whole way of seeing the world is turned on its head. The joke, indeed, is on him! He embarks on an emotional roller-coaster where he learns the meaning of love, healing, heartbreak and finally joy. Review Quote This is a moving and compelling story. It is beautifully written, brilliantly constructed and a pleasure to read. The story engaged me on several levels, and kept me turning the pages! I became emotionally involved with the characters. At moments through the day, I found myself thinking of them and wanting to know more of the action and events in their lives. As they reflected on some of the big questions of life, love and suffering, I found my own ideas gently probed and I was helped by the insights and reasoning offered. • Rev. Dr. James Dainty, former writer and broadcaster


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Inspired by a rant on the radio, surgeon James McAlister jokingly issues a challenge. He’s going to choose the most hopeless, euthanasia-worthy person he can find, then see whether ‘god-if-he’s-there’ can make their life worth living. The next day he meets wheelchair-bound Deborah Loveless who has been abandoned to a care home. James gets more than he bargained for as gr Inspired by a rant on the radio, surgeon James McAlister jokingly issues a challenge. He’s going to choose the most hopeless, euthanasia-worthy person he can find, then see whether ‘god-if-he’s-there’ can make their life worth living. The next day he meets wheelchair-bound Deborah Loveless who has been abandoned to a care home. James gets more than he bargained for as gradually his whole way of seeing the world is turned on its head. The joke, indeed, is on him! He embarks on an emotional roller-coaster where he learns the meaning of love, healing, heartbreak and finally joy. Review Quote This is a moving and compelling story. It is beautifully written, brilliantly constructed and a pleasure to read. The story engaged me on several levels, and kept me turning the pages! I became emotionally involved with the characters. At moments through the day, I found myself thinking of them and wanting to know more of the action and events in their lives. As they reflected on some of the big questions of life, love and suffering, I found my own ideas gently probed and I was helped by the insights and reasoning offered. • Rev. Dr. James Dainty, former writer and broadcaster

5 review for The Most Hopeless Case

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ian Smith

  2. 4 out of 5

    Hilary. Mccarthy

    An enjoyable but very thought provoking novel. The characters are likeable and I wanted to learn more about them and where they were going. The deep knowledgeable the author has of God and Christianity is apparent and his sincerity shines through . One could say the story was a little pat and even a little unrealistic as good Wins through but the sense of a life lived full of Christian truth gives this novel its freshness and complexity.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Peter Hinchliffe

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Jones

  5. 5 out of 5

    Louise Cray

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