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The Broken Miracle

His Heart WAS TICKING AWAY | LOVE MADE TIME STAND STILL

Written by J.D. Netto with a direct contribution from Paul Cardall, The Broken Miracle duology was inspired by Paul's experience living with half a heart for most of his life. Despite his health condition, he managed to build a thriving music career while on the brink of death. From discovering his passion for piano to the day of his life-defying transplant, readers will get a glimpse of the incredible journey he embarked on from his teenage years to adulthood. They'll also experience the aftermath that followed his new heart, learning of secrets never made public before. ​ Though characters and places were fictionalized for storytelling purposes, the main events in the novel are real. Inspired by private notes and journals made available to the author, The Broken Miracle duology is a riveting story that will take the reader on an unforgettable journey.

"J. D. Netto has written an inspiring book that illustrates the true healing power of music. Through the lens of Paul’s traumatic early life and adulthood, we see how music saved him and allowed him the freedom to express his fear and pain. Then we watch how Paul turned it all around and shared his own music to heal others. Paul is an incredible musician and a very caring human being. His words and his music touch the very deepest emotions in people." -Helen Murphy, CEO Anthem Entertainment

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Ten years ago, pianist Paul Cardall was months into his stay in Primary Children’s Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah, where he awaited a heart transplant. Born with a congenital heart defect, Cardall had been in and out of the same hospital since he was an infant.

“I lived most of my life with a half-functioning heart, and the only experts available to care for me were in a children’s hospital,” he explains. “This is because most people with my diagnosis didn’t survive. I was at the end stage, waiting for a heart because I was slipping away.”

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