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The Man Who Lost Himself - The Terry Evanshen Story Hardcover – 2000


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HASH(0x8c757e88) out of 5 stars Inspirational 24 Feb. 2003
By Brian Maitland - Published on Amazon.com
You do not have to know of Terry Evanshen's sporting exploits as a football player in the CFL to read this. This is a tale of great inspiration but also of great sadness. It's a warts-and-all look at how a family copes with a traumatic brain injury to their father who basically loses his memory and much of his former brain function. Think the movie Memento or Bourne Identity was wild, they have nothing on this tale. Worth tracking down, if you can find a copy.
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