Diana J. Meyer, the mother of Chad Green, dramatically portrays the epic saga of her journey to help her son defeat leukemia, the courts, and the media in her first book, Chad's Triumph. Walk with her through the lonely hospital corridors and listen to the first-hand conversations that set-up a mutual distrust explosive enough to turn into a civil court war. Witness the guarded testimonies never revealed to the public during the closed-door hearings where a Superior Court judge ruled to keep the press outside; and escape with the Green family from a profound court ruling that resulted in a covert night flight to a foreign country. Chad Green's life span was less than four years, and yet, the Green's case that made national headlines was heralded as the most famous parental rights case in recent history. Throughout this personal rendition of her only son's illness, the author unveils glimpses into the life-altering drama behind the scenes. The unwelcome court hearings, sometimes scheduled from one day to the next, went late into the evening hours. Listen to the stifling press coverage that followed the Greens form one country to another, see photos of grass-roots supportive rallies, encounter one heartache after another when Diana's husband leaves her for another woman. Her only solace came from God's presence, and in the people that surrounded her with loving support. Even in Chad's untimely death, God shows Himself to be strong and ultimately sovereign. Chad's Triumph highlights the difficult confrontations and earthly battles that are common to all of us with a passion and integrity that will encourage others to walk in triumph.