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"Fifteen operations, two radiotherapies, a week in a coma and a month in a wheelchair.
He died once was crippled, brain-damaged and nearly blinded.
He was seemingly broken beyond repair or redemption and desperately wanted his life back
But is it possible to defeat oblivion?"
This is an inspiring story of unrelenting hope, empowerment and personal responsibility.
“Thank you for sending this manuscript in for assessment. I think reading it at any time would have made me feel emotional and left me impressed. But reading this story of bravery and recovery right now, when there is so much going on in the world, was certainly an experience. Your determination and ability are inspiring. You write about your struggles and triumphs with clarity and control. The end of chapter nine - when you were running - brought tears to my eyes. I hope you feel proud – and determined for the future.”