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A Life Undone By PFT RADIO GUEST, Barry Kluger
Journey After Losing A Child
On April 6, 2001, Barry Kluger began his day with a round of golf. While on the eleventh hole, he called home to check messages and received the news every parent dreads- his eighteen-year-old daughter, Erica, had been in a car accident. Frantically, he called the hospital, not realizing that his only child had already been dead for seventeen minutes.
By sharing his most loving memories of his daughter, Barry Kluger has written a powerful book filled with humor, heartache and an unflinching form of introspection. In his words, we see our own losses, and possibilities of life also.
Jeffery Zaslow, Coauthor, The Last Lecture