Able

Able Letting people into your life is like opening your door to someone There s stuff you re willing to show them but there s stuff you wish they didn t see stuff you wish you didn t have to share My doo

  • Title: Able
  • Author: Kurt Shead
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Letting people into your life is like opening your door to someone There s stuff you re willing to show them, but there s stuff you wish they didn t see, stuff you wish you didn t have to share My door s open Come look Daniel Bennett is in a wheelchair He s got cerebral palsy and lives with his dad There life was comfortable, familiar.But the space of five minutesLetting people into your life is like opening your door to someone There s stuff you re willing to show them, but there s stuff you wish they didn t see, stuff you wish you didn t have to share My door s open Come look Daniel Bennett is in a wheelchair He s got cerebral palsy and lives with his dad There life was comfortable, familiar.But the space of five minutes can change everything Life s different now Daniel has to learn to stand on his own two feet ABLE is an emotional story of a young disabled man who thinks his life is his disability It takes the friendship of a troubled girl, the warm support of a caring nurse and the ever present love of a rough cut father to show him he that life is what you make it Together, they show him that sometimes learning to share your life with others can be the best thing you ever do.

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    1. Very ableI really loved this book. His candid humour was brilliant. I was laughing a lot. He was brutally honest and inspiring.Would love a part 2!!

    2. Wow!!!What an incredible experience. If you haven't thanked God lately, you'll sure do it after reading this book. There is no way to explain the main character- except to hear his life story. Certainly not a fun read, but so worthwhile.

    3. This was a kind of gritty, realistic, (and better for it) "Me Before You" and covers a brief period in the life of a young man with cerebral palsy who has always been looked after by his Father. When his Dad is involved in an accident and can no longer care for him, he has to recruit a carer. The carer is a troubled young woman who requires as much care as the man himself (not all disabilities can be seen, and this is a novel which conveys very strongly the message that you cannot trust appearan [...]

    4. If you manage to read this book more like a diary than a novel I think you will like it. It is raw and emotional. I had problems with the writing style which is not my favourite but the book has a lot of content that it wants to relate. And what better person you could find as an author than one that really knows what he is talking about. For more Reviews subscribe my Blog : jeri-ryan.wix/jerisbookattic like my FB Page : facebook/JerisBookAtticBlogLovin : bloglovin/people/jeri

    5. I thoroughly enjoyed this book about a 20 year old young man with Cerebral Palsy documenting 6 months of his life. We see him grow from a bitter man focused solely on himself and his condition, to someone who begins to care about others, and finally one who puts his bitterness aside as he learns to love. His growth is heartwarming to watch, and his realization that he is so much more than his disease, and has so much to offer despite it, and in some cases, BECAUSE of it is beautiful.This book is [...]

    6. This one was interesting. A bit too strong language for my taste, but it wasn't over the edge. And I really liked the main character.

    7. AwesomeGreat really makes a person aware of the reality of life. Thank you Kurt for the insight to what you and others have overcome. Blessings to you.

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