After a brutal 1994 hit-and-run, author Simon Lewis was initially pronounced dead. But despite a crushed skull and jaw, broken ribs and pelvis, as well as a massive stroke that put him in a month-long coma, followed by amnesia, Lewis survived. Kelsey Grammer narrates Lewis's thirteen-year reconstruction, channeling his frustration with medical errors, his confusion over contradictory expert advice, and his anger over denial of coverage. Grammer's empathetic reading reflects Lewis's initial feeling of powerlessness and amplifies his eventual advocacy on behalf of himself and the disabled. Listeners will have several takeaways from this inspiring memoir. R.W.S. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: MAY 2017]
Digital Download Audible, Inc. 2017
DD ISBN $19.95
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