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Something About Me and My Book:
In April 2007 I had two brain haemorrhages and the doctors in the emergency room thought I would die. I
survived but sustained severe neurological damage
and my future looked bleak. I wouldn't accept the hand I'd been dealt so my fight to recover began...and this is the inspirational story of Savage Impact.

My rehabilitation took several years of hard work and tears to get through. The doctors said I'd never live a normal life again but I had other plans.
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Title

Savage Impact

Authors and contributors

By (author) Garry G Parsons

Physical properties

Format: Paperback
Number of pages: 128
Width: 203 mm
Height: 127 mm
Thickness: 6 mm
Weight: 135 g

Audience

General/trade

Language

English

ISBN

ISBN 13: 9781921791659
ISBN 10: 1921791659

Classifications

Nielsen BookScan Product Class: T4.0
BISAC category code: BIO000000
BICMainSubject: BG

Illustrations note

black & white illustrations

Publisher

BookPal

Imprint name

BookPal

Publication date

11 October 2010

Publication City/Country

South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

 

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I wrote SAVAGE IMPACT in 2009 and it was published in 2010. Hospitalization robbed me of hope, but rehab taught me that I did have a future and as strange as it may seem, my life is better today than…

I wrote SAVAGE IMPACT in 2009 and it was published in 2010.

Hospitalization robbed me of hope, but rehab taught me that I did have a future and as strange as it may seem, my life is better today than it was five years ago.

Life is a precious gift, one I will never take for granted again, but it seems to be stubbornly embedded in our nature to always want…

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