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From the Publisher"A meticulous and highly literate account, written by a good storyteller—.A book difficult to lay aside until its final sentence has been reached."
—Sherwin B. Nuland (author of How We Die), The New York Times
"Elevating the health-book genre to art is My Year Off. Here's proof a book can delight as it heals"
—The Wall Street Journal
"Lucid, heartfelt . . . a testament to the parallel trials and the courage of the family members of stroke victims."
—Abraham Verghese, The New York Times Book Review
"Good reading for anyone who thinks about or has an illness . . . or who ponders change and the meaning of a meaningful life."
"McCrum eloquently recounts the year of rage, depression, and small victories that has finally left him facing the future with determination and grace."