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Broken Brain: Brutally Honest, Brutally Me by Aria Nikjooy

A memoir of the author's experience of brain cancer

Classification: Autobiography: general

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Ed Lincoln
It is brutally honest
Review date: 3rd March 2021

I've never read a memoir like this before.
Often authors who are writing about adversity sanitise what they say or, worse, put a gloss on it.
This book pulls no punches so that you feel the author is sharing his real feelings with you.
Nevertheless, I feel this book will help many readers deal with what is obviously a very difficult problem.


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A memoir of the author’s experience of brain cancer.

This is a frank and honest account with strong language and no pulled punches.

“This is my Brain Cancer Memoir Tale. For years now I’ve blindly followed suit. Late 2018 they found a lemon in the back of my caput and took it out for all the world to look. They took some of my best moves, left me a shuddering hulk and stopped me walking too far in front.
To fail and fail and fail, I’ve fallen back into my castle of frail. The Holy Grail may well be far away, but my broken brain still remains today. Symptoms and side-effects and explanations for why I fall over so much.
I’m not the man I was before. It takes me a little time to do my thing, I’m sure, but slowly I’ll get to where I was before.” Aria Nikjooy

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Rating: 5.00 out of 5 (1 customer ratings)
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Ed Lincoln
It is brutally honest
Review date: 3rd March 2021

I've never read a memoir like this before.
Often authors who are writing about adversity sanitise what they say or, worse, put a gloss on it.
This book pulls no punches so that you feel the author is sharing his real feelings with you.
Nevertheless, I feel this book will help many readers deal with what is obviously a very difficult problem.


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