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One More Theory about Happiness by Paul Guest
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Feb 21, 11

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Memoirs of man who became a quadriplegic at age twelve and wrote this book using a stick in his mouth. It's an interesting perspective on disabled life and he is good with words. The only thing I didn't like was that he brushed through his life very quickly. He has a tendency to begin to describe events or emotions and then sort of drop them and move on, which left me feeling like I hadn't gotten a good look at the whole picture. On the whole the memoir was good, but I enjoy his poetry more.

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