Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Seven Wheelchairs Reviewed at The Internet Review of Books

From a reviewer, Gilion Dumas, who I think found the core of the story ...

Presley’s book is as ambiguous, frustrating, and inconsistent as real life, with all of life’s rough edges and raw patches. It is not a guide to understanding “the disabled” as a group; it is a glimpse of the world through one man’s eyes. It is intensely personal story, and all the more powerful for it.

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