The personal account of a promising high school hockey player who survived brain surgery and months of rehabilitation, infections, and temporary paralysis
An aspiring hockey star at Minnesota's elite Hill-Murray School, 15-year-old Duke Pieper faced a brain surgery with a five percent survival rate. In I'm Alive: Courage, Hope, and a Miracle, Duke recounts his personal and courageous war against the brain lesion that threatened his life and his fearless battle to restore normalcy to his life. Battling through months of paralysis, multiple surgeries, massive nerve damage, and more, Duke had to relearn how to breathe, swallow, walk, talk, and live again. This inspiring young man shares how his strength and adaptation to his disabilities inspired him to build a platform to assist others who have succumbed to monumental loss. I'm Alive is a heartwarming, wonderful acclaim to a young man who never gave up, and who has become an iconic inspiration to all who know him.
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|Size: ||34.9 MB|
|Publisher: ||Triumph Books|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781633193369 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|