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At the age of twelve Cheryl Koenig's son Jonathan was involved in a horrific car accident. When he did miraculously pull through, doctors predicted that he would most likely never walk, talk or even eat again. PAPER CRANES tells the story of Jonathan's extraordinary courage and the Koenig family's unceasing drive to help him defy the ominous predictions. This inspirational ...more
ebook, 265 pages
Published January 13th 2011 by Hourglass
(first published 2008)
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I thought I would like this book. I'm interested in brain injuries and neurological diseases. I thought a story about a boy overcoming his brain injury and going on to live a normal life would be a great story. I couldn't stand the writing style though. It starts out with the major event happening. It's before we know the characters or feel a connection to them. So it's like watching the whole scene fold out in a disconnected state. I couldn't connect emotionally. I stopped reading in chapter 2. ...more
hmm, perjuangan seorang ibu, sebuah keluarga yang tak pantang menyerah mewujudkan apa yang telah diyakini nya walau banyak orang yang meremehkan dan tidak percaya anaknya akan sembuh,jonathan,seorang anak yang cerdas dan begitu disayangi keluarga, teman-teman dan orang sekitarnya,hidup normal dengan segala prestasinya,pribadi yang baik dan ramah, seketika pada usia 12 tahun entah apa yang sebenarnya terjadi, tiba-tiba hidupnya berubah tragis, dia tertabrak mobil sehingga mengalami cedera otak ya ...more
Ms Koenig's experiences involving her son Johnathan made me understand what my mother went through when I was in Johnathan's shoes. My injuries were a little different [his right side was damaged and mine was the left] but I can identify with what he went through in recovery. My 'story' wasn't made into a book or recognized by famous people but my mother did as much for me as Ms Koenig did for her son and I will never be able to repay her for that.