Trouble at the Waterworks£10
Trouble at the Waterworks follows the story of Jack as he is diagnosed with prostate cancer and follows his journey from diagnosis to treatment at the Cancer Centre.
Jack knew that there was something different about the latest hospital letter. It was really those two extra sentences.
'This appointment will give you an opportunity to discuss details with the consultant. A friend or relative is welcome to accompany you.'
It was the start of his battle with prostate cancer. Little did he know how much he would come to rely on the Cancer Centre over the next few months and the importance of new friendships formed there in providing much-needed support at a critical time.
James Napier, a former vice-principal who now writes science textbooks for teachers and students, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December 2013 and started undergoing treatment at the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital. Shortly after completing his radiotherapy treatment in 2014, James decided to put his writing skills to good use by penning a novel to help other men going through prostate cancer.
The book follows the story of Jack as he is diagnosed with prostate cancer and follows his journey from diagnosis to treatment at the Cancer Centre. The book also highlights the great work being carried out at the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital and the wonderful staff who play a huge role in every patient’s journey.