Brian Hayden
Often times we are so busy with our lives, that some things slip by unnoticed. That’s alright though. It happens.  Luckily, I am here to help you catch that gem that may have missed your radar. “Road To Transplant” is a memoir. This memoir is a chronological journal of sorts following me on a journey to get a heart transplant. I hold nothing back about the experience, nor do I hold back my thoughts. The things that go through the mind of someone who is dying is both frightening and enlightening. There are many stories detailing the process for getting accepted into a heart transplant program, as well as stories of struggle dealing with the life and death issues within a family. This book is the sequel of “Death:Living To Talk About It”. It is not necessary to read the first book in order to enjoy this book. If, however you like background detail, the first book will fill in the background and set the stage for you. Road To Transplant is filled with emotion, hope, family, love and lots of hospital drama. In the end, it is a must read for all of you out there that are struggling with any chronic debilitating disease, or know someone who is. This book is a story of hope, attitude and what may happen if you never give up. Never give up even when doctors tell you you are dying. You never know when an angel will stop by and offer their heart.
Read the initial reviews. Then decide. This book is essential for everyone.
5.0 out of 5 stars A VERY IMPORTANT BOOK FOR EVERYONE TO READ, March 14, 2013By irene brodsky (brooklyn new york)
This review is from: Road To Transplant: The Final Mile (Paperback)
“Road To Transplant: The Final Mile” by Brian Hayden  Mr. Hayden shares his experience in waiting for a heart transplant.
Such a vital issue is for anyone of us…..any age…..any color. No one knows what the future holds as far
as our health and what is available in the medical world.I commend Mr. Hayden for writing what had to be the most trying time of his life. His
book will be surely helpful to everyone regardless of their present health.I am proud to donate my copy of this heartfelt book to the landmark New York Public
Library Stephen A. Schwartzman Main Reading Room, on 5th avenue and 42nd Street. In this
way, the book will be shared with ALL!!!My name is Professor Irene Brodsky, part time faculty member/Brooklyn College CUNY, alumni, and full time writer.I am honored to also be a book reviewer since 2008. This is the second book I reviewed
by Mr. Hayden and I look forward to reading all future books written by him.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book!!! Invaluable to the heart transplant recipient, December 3, 2012
This review is from: Road To Transplant (Kindle Edition)

Loved both of  Brian’s books…he speaks from the heart so to speak… 😉 I can’t even imagine what he has gone through…but he has shown that there is hope and he is living proof that you might have a new life waiting if you can hang in there long enough and keep you self from giving up the battle…


5.0 out of 5 stars  A splendid work!, February 24, 2013
This review is from: Road To Transplant: The Final Mile (Paperback)

Brian M. Hayden has set forth a splendid work which truly makes the world a better place on multiple levels. He writes quite well, and his words provoke deep insight into issues which are so very important, yet which are often avoided in our culture. He addresses this issue in a truly healthful spirit which provokes deep appreciation, compassion, empathy, and insight of/into this difficult human circumstance. It is an honor to have read and absorb this significant work! — Dr. Glen Hepker

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