Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember: The Stroke That Changed My Life by Christine Hyung-Oak Lee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was an excellent read. A thirty-three year old woman has a stroke and it takes a couple of days for anyone to recognize that she isn't "right", at which time her husband rushes her to the hospital.
In order to remember, or try to remember what is happening, she writes everything in her journal. And that journal forms the basis of her novel.
This was an excellent description of what happens and what you go through with a stroke. It is probably something that everyone should read, in order to recognize stroke for yourself and for others around you.
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Review: Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember: The Stroke That Changed My Life
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