Book Details

Cancer has finally met her match!

In real life cancer has become a plague. It is talked about in silent whispers and prayers for it to stay away. But all too often cancer wins. If cancer were an invading enemy, we would not sit by idly, yet this is exactly what we do. We watch as the enemy comes to our shores. We watch as it invades our homes and neighborhoods. We watch as it kills our friends, our families, and worst of all, our children. In The Magic Pouch, the enemy is brought on by an evil witch by the name of Cancer. She embraces everything about the disease, making it her own and choosing to make others suffer as she has. The solution, as is almost always the case, lies in a small group of individuals who will not accept defeat. They gather together with seemingly nothing in common except their willingness to accept an impossible mission: to defeat the evil witch, Cancer. These warriors face incredible odds, but, undaunted, they press forward with a plan to cure the curse of Cancer once and for all. In the middle of a brutal winter night, a 24-hour quest has begun. One hundred and thirty-five miles and three horrible menaces stand between these brave warriors and victory— but time is running out…


About the Author

Hank Angus

Hank Angus’s son Gabriel survived leukemia and his wife, Connie, survived breast cancer. Ten years ago, Hank and Connie founded The Hope Express, a 135-mile relay run to help raise money for children with cancer. The Magic Pouch was written to honor those who continue to fight and to those who have lost their battle.