A remarkable memoir about a woman in her mid 30’s suffering from Usher II, a genetic disease that slowly takes away vision and hearing. Despite her many obstacles, Alexander is a therapist with two graduate degrees from Columbia as well as being a personal trainer. This is an insightful depiction about disease and loss without being dramatic, idealistic or schmaltzy.
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