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Two Mountains

Kilimanjaro to Quadriplegic and Back


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Two Mountains by S Michael Scadron
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An award winning essayist, S. Michael Scadron now offers his inspirational memoir, Two Mountains: Kilimanjaro to Quadriplegic and Back-a remarkable, everyman story of inner strength, courage and willingness to endure-as well as the fond and funny moments that arise and comfort in the midst of fear. An avid runner and trekker, Michael suffered a rare neurological disorder that rendered him quadriplegic just weeks after he reached the summit of Kilimanjaro. Transformed from an active, vibrant 52-year old into a wheelchair-bound patient who needed assistance to feed, move, relieve and clean his body, Michael faced a strange new world. The story recounts his climb up Kilimanjaro and his unprecedented ascent to walk again.
Release date NZ
April 17th, 2018
Illustrations, black and white
Bethesda Communications Group
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