Regine Stokke, a seventeen-year-old girl suffering from leukemia. On August 22， 2008 she was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive, and fatal form of leukemia. And on November 4, 2008, Regina began in her blog “Facing Fear” describes her treatments and feelings on, with her optimistic, sincere and positive attitude infected the whole of Europe, a lot of people because of her story and become a blood donation and bone marrow donor volunteers. In the day of her death, nearly 50 million people visited her blog condolences (2012, Norway’s total population to reach about 5 million)
She writes openly about the emotional and physical aspects of her 15-month struggle to survive and explains how her disease impacts her life. In the course of her illness, Regine participated in photography exhibits, went to concerts, enjoyed her friends and family, and advocated for registering as a blood and bone marrow donor.
The book not only describes the death of her face turning when the mood is more important is to let people see her deepest fears to face death the way it allows us to death to have a new understanding of life are a reminder to cherish the moment to cherish life because there is hope alive while she was away but finally left more people with hope and a strong force.