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I would recommend this book to anyone who ever wanted to do more with the life they were given. I loved how clearly the writing explained the challenges and was inspired by Mike... Read morePublished 20 hours ago by Keith Somerville
Once again, Robert Kurson had taken a story and written it in such a fluent and engaging way, that you can't put it down. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Sheila S. Hillman
Really poorly written- at times painful. Interesting story of perseverance, but speckled with sexist comments and unrealistic descriptions. Didn't even WANT to finish....Published 1 month ago by Rochelle McGinnis
Interesting and thought-provoking . Great insight into the everyday life of being blind and then being sighted. Connection between knowledge and sight is an "eye opener".Published 2 months ago by Peggy M. Gordon
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 4 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 8 months ago by Sandi Kay Wheatley