Read reviews for Six Months to Live Book by some incredible, famous people!

“Without Medjugorje, I would not have portrayed Jesus in The Passion of the Christ. After visiting this remote village, for the first time in my life I realized that Jesus saw me, was concerned about me, and loved me. I felt the most extraordinary sense of peace that I wished everyone could experience. When I read this book, I was struck again with this simple but life- changing truth. One of the most important lessons Artie beautifully communicates as you follow his healing journey is the need for men to be intimately involved in the spiritual leadership of their families. His words and story of an impossible healing will not only stay with you for a very long time, but challenge you to the person God called you to be.”
— JIM CAVIEZEL, star, The Passion of the Christ, CBS Person of Interest

“Artie has captured his powerful story of healing and conversion in this wonderful book.   If you’ve ever wondered about the power of faith, his testimony will take your breath away. It proves that nothing is impossible with God.
— RAY FLYNN, former U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican and Mayor of Boston

“A chance conversation in a hockey rink leads to a life-changing experience for Artie and his friends. Having known the Boyle family for many years I am certain that his story will be an inspiration to anyone who reads this book.
— BOBBY ORR, NHL Hall of Fame member, author of Orr: My Story

“My father’s healing experience has been an inspiration to me and to my eleven siblings. It changed all of us forever. We are incredibly grateful to Jesus and Mary for the last fourteen years with him, and the things we have been able to share as a family. I hope readers will be uplifted by this story of faith, family and friends.”
— BRIAN BOYLE, player, New York Rangers

“Mr. Boyle’s inspirational story of physical healing and spiritual transformation is one of many examples of the rich spiritual, psychological and physical fruits of Medjugorje. It reassures us of Mary’s unconditional love and desire to intercede for her children.”
— FATHER JOHANN ROTEN, SM, Director of Research, Art and Special Projects, International Marian Research Institute/The Marian Library

“The minute I started reading Six Months to Live, I got total body chills—and they kept coming. A sure sign that this book is full of the truth about healing and miracles. May this true story bless your life.”
— CHRISTIANE NORTHRUP, M.D., physician and author of the New York Times bestsellers: Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause

“Six Months to Live follows three regular guys on a desperate life-saving journey.  Filled with remarkable discoveries, it’s an unforgettable story of friendship, hope and unshakable faith. Get ready to believe in miracles!”
— MARY LOU QUINLAN, author, New York Times bestseller, The God Box

“The wonder of the Arthur Boyle story is that it is still unfolding. A process of faith, prayer and sacraments, wrapped in the love of family and friends, and graced by the Virgin of Medjugorje, opened a healing path which continues to inspire Christian joy, hope and vision in hungry souls from the town of Hingham to distant lands. Long may its ripple effect continue!”
— FATHER SIMON CADWALLADER, Missionary Society of St. James the Apostle

“With the severity and progression of Artie’s disease, metastatic renal cell carcinoma, it is difficult for medical science to explain why he is alive today.  But, every time I see him, I am sure there is a God.  This story proves there is always hope.   I am a believer.”
FRANCIS JAMES MCGOVERN, MD, is a urologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology. He specializes in the treatment of cancer and related research

“Men more comfortable on a golf course, hockey rink, or in boardrooms travel to a place where they are captivated by the spiritual, and return home very different men. An engrossing memoir.”
— GLEN SATHER, President and General Manager, the New York Rangers

“Artie Boyle tells us how faith, family and friends helped him experience a miracle. Inspiring and unforgettable. A must read!”
— BILL BRETT, former director of photography, The Boston Globe, author, The Boston Irish