Edge Induced Cohesion

Fearless:  How A Diagnosis Of A Chronic Disease Turned My Life Upside Down, by Jo Ann Maxwell

[Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/West Bow Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.]

While there are some books whose purpose and meaning one has to puzzle and ponder over, this book makes its meaning and purpose very clear from the beginning and follows that trail consistently through to the end.  At its core, this book has two fundamental purposes.  One of those purposes is to present the memoir of a life lived under the shadow of MS and it goes into considerable detail about the disease and the havoc it wrecks on people.  The other purpose is to provide a sort of theodicy of why bad things happen to seemingly good people [1], demonstrating that as her physical health has declined and as she has struggled in…

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