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Still Me: With a New Afterword for this Edition
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on March 23, 2015
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Great book, lousy binding. Pages are falling out-
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on December 14, 2014
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Awesome. The first three pages drew me in fairly quickly.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2014
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A TRUE SUPERMAN
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on October 28, 2014
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My family experienced a similar shock when my uncle was injured and was classified as a quad. I have so much respect for all spinal cord injury patients and especially those, like Mr Reeve, who dedicat(ed) much of their life and time to bringing better awareness in so many facets of our complicated world. If not for Mr Reeve and his colleagues and friends who fought for the medical research, many spinal chord patients would be way worse off. Thank you to his family and friends, and of course to Mr Reeve - may he be sailing his Sea Angel in perpetual happiness and freedom.
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on September 11, 2014
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liked the audio tape better
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on July 12, 2014
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Another courageous example from CR.

Again, he was a wonderful author, and it's too bad he passed away so young. I was loving his books!
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on July 10, 2014
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Half of the book was off its binder and pages were missing. Read it and threw it away. It was a mess
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Most people probably know of the story of Christopher Reeve and his accident that left him in a wheelchair. We watched it on the news, we heard the stories, at some point we came across the it somehow.

This book not only chronicles what he remembers happening right up to the accident, and after, but also his life story. Things about him that I never knew, things about him that I didn't realize I would relate to. He's honest and poignant as he tells his story. He details what he went through in great detail after the accident, and tells you about what he faced, and what items he used in his recovery.

I found that even when he detailed the machines that he used in recovery and his hospital jargon he learned, that it still remained incredibly engaging. This from someone who generally reads before bed, which means I'm usually tired when I grab my books. Let me tell you, that really helps you discover engaging versus boring books.

Because of my personal life, I already know a lot of what he spoke of and find that line of information fascinating (medical care and terms), but I think even if you aren't familiar with it that you will really enjoy how he details it. It's not boring and he explains it well. That could also go back to how engaging he is (or was) as a storyteller in general.

I learned a lot about the man behind the Superman mask, and really think everyone should check this out. I love biographies and autobiographies. This was a great one.
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on May 16, 2014
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I read this book a few years ago but since my brain injury cudnt remember some things so decided to read it again and loved it even more now that Iam handicapped. Good read for everyone.Christopher Reeve is missed dearly
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on April 29, 2014
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The message is wonderful and I found nothing wrong with the item. The reason for the low rating is that it's a sad story about an amazing man.
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