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Dealing with a Head injury at Nine Years Old-bookcover

By: Henry More

Dealing with a Head injury at Nine Years Old

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After suffering a severe head injury at nine years old, Henry has embraced the difficulties of his condition. In this book, he depicts what it was like growing up between the ages of thirteen and twenty-five with a small learning disability. His quirky and bold writing style makes the reader engage their critical thinking, as they wonder whether he will win out in the end.

Unlike most memoir writers, Henry chooses not to end his story; he wonders if he will ever need an ending. Brain damage is a tricky topic and Henry certainly isn’t easy on himself. After reading his first-person account of waking up from a coma, the reader may wonder how he has been able to accomplish so much. In the end, and in the light of his parents’ support, Henry will never know how much his head Injury has really affected his life.

Henry is aspiring to be a full-time writer and has chosen to dedicate a lot of his time to this book and loves the outcome. Born and raised in Invercargill, New Zealand, Henry loves his summers which are spent lakeside. Henry is a bronze, silver and gold Duke of Edinburgh recipient and has completed grade eight speech passing his initial exam with 97% which was in 2005 the same year Henry had his head injury.

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