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Overview

Paris in Oakland by Eliza Q. Hemenway, Katherine Wilson, Katherine Coviello

Every so often, a story of hope makes it's way into a hurting World. Paris in Oakland is that story.

Follow Katherine and her mother, Eliza, as they navigate a medical nightmare seeking treatment for Katherine's Lyme disease. Never imagining an illness could be controversial, Katherine and her mother find themselves caught in the middle of a deeply divided medical community. This proves to be dangerous medicine, leaving young Katherine bedridden, in constant pain and ultimately finding for her life in the pediatric intensive care unit.

From the pen of documentary filmmaker Eliza Hemenway, Paris in Oakland not only exposes the injustices of Lyme disease, but is also a story of faith and a compelling read for anyone suffering sickness or caught in circumstances beyond their control. If you are seeking inspiration, healing or hope, Paris in Oakland is the book for you.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781519578518
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/18/2016
Pages: 102
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.24(d)

About the Author

ELIZA HEMENWAY has a M.A. in media studies and has worked in photography, film, and radio. She directed the documentary film Uncommon Knowledge and was the founder and director of the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival. She has served as a judge on numerous film festivals and was an independent film reviewer for KRCB-FM, National Public Radio. Eliza is currently living in Northern California, and working on her latest creative non-fiction project, The Way to Hawassa.

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