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I read Kurson's first book Shadow Divers and told you about it in an online review.
He gives intimate details of the world of the blind, and even more intimate looks into Mike May's journey back to sight.
Robert Kurson writes so well that you don't want to put his books down once you've started reading them!
One of the most fascinating stories I've read in a long time, especially as a puppy raiser for Leader Dogs for the Blind (another raiser recommended the book). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joanne S. Whitman
An interesting book about the scout of seeing. It makes one appreciate how easily vision comes to a sighted person and how a child learns to see.
A tale of courage as well.
This description of a man's journey back to sight has just the right amount of medical and technical detail. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sandi Kay Wheatley
What a writer. He does his homework and writes so truthfully and emotionally.Published 5 months ago by Sharon Hartman
I read this book, after my vision came back, after being blind for a few years... Helped me cope with seeing again.Published 5 months ago by Rick
Absolutely a moving true story filled with humor, love, and courage.Published 6 months ago by joseph buckley
The book is well written. May has a strong outlook on life, though I was very surprised at how shallow he seemed seeing as he spent most of his life blind.Published 8 months ago by Al