. . . or at least it is for Jason. Born with a rare central
nervous disorder, every sensation is pain. Every sound,
scent, texture, flavor, even every breath, brings nothing
but mind-numbing pain. His days are spent in a padded room
addicted to every narcotic known to man. At night he is
sealed in a sensory deprivation bag to block out the entire
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This is one of those kind of books I SO do not wish to purchase in paperback but having no choice but to do so. Ugh!
*resignedly clicks Bookdepository BUY button*
Sighhh I will need to locate a good hiding place for this once it arrive. Note to self: Go buy a new lockable cabinet for my "naughty stash".
* 26th December 2014
As much as this book is absolutely brutal and filled to the brim with writing that may force you to run for the toilet to hurl, it also contains some surprisingly thoughtful elements. Wedged in between the gore are questions about the choices parents make and, more prominently, the difference between physical and emotional pain. The different things happening in your gut and your head makes this an interesting read.