FREE BOOK— ‘My Rachel’ by S.J. Gibbs & J.M. McKenzie

About ‘My Rachel’ by S.J. Gibbs & J.M. McKenzie::

Genre: Nonfiction; Biography; Disability

This book is based on real life events and is a raw and authentic account of a true fight for life and justice.

A memoir of a mother’s love for her daughter, Rachel, who is diagnosed with severe cerebral palsy, a condition which makes her incapable of voluntary movement or speech. It is an incredible story, which takes the reader from the beginning of Rachel’s life, to the present day, spanning a period of more than thirty years.
It is an open and honest journey of a special bond. A tale of anger, confusion, disability and change, but also one of courage, experiences, inspiration and resilience.
It tells of hopes and fears, and the true meaning of what it’s like to be the mother of a daughter with severe cerebral palsy. It portrays Rachel’s passion for life and her mischievous sense of fun.

Rachel’s story is one that deserves to be told.

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You can find J.M. McKenzie on:
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