A wonderful and enjoyable memoir of Michael Fox’s life up to 2001, when Michael turned 40 (born on 9 June 1961). The “lucky man” reference is explained within the first 7 pages. In November 1990 when he was only 29 Michael first noticed the twitching that was diagnosed as Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease a year later.
Be prepared for a story of horror and violence if you plan to read this book. Well written and easily readable, it chronicles the first 27 years of Jelena Dokic’s life.
Magical – if there was only one word I could use to describe this adventure set out so articulately and heartfeltly by Dion Leonard, this is it.
Gobi a little dog with a big heart stars in this wonderful colourful picture book.
This book brings to my mind the creed about having a “seed of faith” – with the coming of Bob the cat, a seed of faith in Jame’s own humanity and in normalcy for both Bob and himself, was sown.
There was no dullness or no sag in his schedule. He had a wonderful zest for life. These are words about Freddy the Fly.
Solve for Happy has both a spiritual and a scientific angle. If you want to be happy despite seemingly unhappy events around you, this book may be for you.