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Regines Bok (utgåvan 2010)

av Regine Stokke (Författare)

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"Regine Stokke began to blog about her day-to-day life shortly after she was diagnosed with leukemia in 2008. Regine's stated purpose with her posts was to give people a sense of "what it's like to live with" such a serious illness, and her blog became an almost instant classic. It was first adapted into book form in 2010, and became a best seller in Norway. Regine was also a very gifted photographer, and had her photos exhibited at both the 2009 and the 2010 Nordic Light photography festivals in Kristiansund"--Dust jacket… (mer)
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I delayed reading this book because I knew it would be an emotional read and it was. Learning the details of someone's struggle with leukemia is interesting but also troubling. My students are going to love the content and the format of this book. ( )
  JRlibrary | Jan 2, 2019 |
I received a free copy through Library Things.
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Wow. Just wow. What an emotional roller coaster.

Regine detailed every step of her journey: from diagnosis right up to the very bitter end. Regine is quite the gifted writer and amazing photographer. It's sad that her life was cut so short no thanks to terminal leukemia.

Her blog entries provided so much insight and human emotions into it. You can feel the frustrations, the highs, the lows, the hopes and wishes of a 17 year old who has only just begun to live her life when cancer dashed her hopes.

It's so heartbreaking to hear her struggles, but I admire her openness and honesty every step of the way. There's no need to sugar coat the truth, she presents it plain and simple. Regine is truly an inspirational person, who brought awareness to this disease and brought countless other people across the world together to pray for a miracle and to encourage her to fight on despite the haters and dim diagnosis. Every step of the way, she explains everything in terms that the readers would understand, while remaining positive for the most part.

Her photographs, showcasing her talent and her loved ones, interspersed throughout the book brought out so much emotions. I found that some of the photographs that she took herself were hauntingly beautiful and full of something more than meets the eye.

It was definitely a sad book to read but so worth it. There will never be another Regine, but her memory and blogs will live on forever. Definitely recommend it to friends and family. ( )
  Dream24 | Jan 6, 2016 |
Regine was 17 years old when she was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of Leukemia in 2008. Throughout her struggles with chemo treatments, blood transfusions, a bone marrow transplant, debilitating pain, hair loss, numerous hospital stays and more, she managed to keep writing in her blog.

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  ShouldIReadIt | Sep 26, 2014 |
In August 2008, when she was just 17, Regine Stokke was diagnosed with leukemia. In November, she started a blog "about what it's life to get a life-threatening disease." REGINE'S BOOK is a collection of her blog entries, reader comments, her mother's diary entries, letters, poems, photographs, and artwork. Together they provide a moving, personal portrait of this amazing young woman.

My high school students will love reading this book. Regine's perspective, openness, and voice are unique and engaging. I enjoyed reading it and felt like I got to know Regine. I understood her struggles. I shared her triumphs and disappointments. I mourned her death. I will be recommending this to all of my classes this semester. ( )
  mrsgardner | Aug 18, 2014 |
I really enjoyed this blog collection of a young woman battling a fatal disease. Her personality was very inspiring. The colored photographs were intriguing and a great way for the reader to feel like they really new Regine. Overall the book translated well. Regine found beauty and hope in her situation, but was also not afraid to keep it real by including her anger and frustration. This is a great book to give to anyone who is facing tragedy. ( )
  LauraEnos | Jul 29, 2014 |
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"In direct, emotionally open prose, Regine describes the details of cancer treatment, her optimism and frustrations, her excitement about rock music, and her relationships with friends and family . . . . A heartfelt and visually appealing window into Regine's last year." (Nonfiction. 12 & up)
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"Regine Stokke began to blog about her day-to-day life shortly after she was diagnosed with leukemia in 2008. Regine's stated purpose with her posts was to give people a sense of "what it's like to live with" such a serious illness, and her blog became an almost instant classic. It was first adapted into book form in 2010, and became a best seller in Norway. Regine was also a very gifted photographer, and had her photos exhibited at both the 2009 and the 2010 Nordic Light photography festivals in Kristiansund"--Dust jacket

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