An awesome read - I loved it! Characters that you emotionally cling to. You must read this book.
by Warren Gent (NetGalley)
Books which involve a journey fascinate me, I loved Huckleberry Finn as a teenager. Now I am much older I can see how the journey described can be real and physical and at the same time about emotions and existential questions. I think that is why I found Shadow of a Firefly so satisfying. There is a touch of the Pilgrim's Progress without the preaching and of Huck Finn without the deep South!
by Dr M Dickie
I read this book as the author is a member of our stroke group, I was glad I did, it was intriguing and gave an insight to how the mind works through brain damage, at times a bit repetitive but understandable some of the characters you would have liked to have met yourself to know more about them, it explains the journey he has taken well.
The cover of the book is good as it catches your eye and would make you pick it up to see what it is about. I would recommend it to read!
by Joyce Smith
There is a focus and determination in this book that carries you along. Through the physical pain, fear and the many frustrations of a journey that the author hasn't chosen but navigates as if his life depends on it. Because it does.
by Susan Roberts
Following a debilitating stroke in his late teens, M S KHOKHAR’S journey went on a very unexpected detour. From a career in architecture, via various volunteering programs around the world, local heritage projects local heritage projects and a more fulfilling role as a teacher, his path continues to evolve despite his disability.