"Kelly Kittel never questioned her Mayflower Society mantra--"Family
is the most important thing"--until the day her fifteen-month-old son
was run over by her sixteen-year-old niece. Nine months later,
Kittel's doctor made a terrible mistake during her subsequent
pregnancy and she found herself burying yet another baby. Caught up
in the maelstrom of a malpractice lawsuit, Kittel and her husband
battle not only the medical system, but their own relatives, in the
courtroom. As their family tree begins to topple, the Kittels
struggle to nourish the roots of their young family and find healing.
Achingly raw and beautifully narrated, Breathe is a story of
motherhood, death, and family in the face of unspeakable tragedy and,
ultimately, how she learns to breathe again."
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