This is a very well written and captivating book, by a sprint car pit crew member, whom supported Jerry Crabb aka “the Doctor” in Knoxville and wherever else Jerry went to. Those who are interested in or enjoy sprint car racing will get a lot of information and wonderful anecdotes from these memoirs.
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.