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on 27 May 2013
Over the years I've heard Malcolm Brabant report for the BBC on events in Greece, the US and the wars of Yugoslav secession, and while reading this book I had to keep reminding myself that what he was recounting here in such detail had actually happened to him - and is, to a great extent, still happening as his ordeal is not over. In writing this immensely readable and moving account of what followed a seemingly routine yellow fever jab, Malcolm Brabant has not only chronicled the nightmarish confusion and obfuscation that have accompanied his search for justice: he has also been mercilessly frank about mental illness, while revealing just how easily a stroke of fate can turn anyone's life upside-down. It wouldn't be Brabant without some humour, though it can be pretty dark humour. Read it, and be grateful if you haven't been where he's had to go.
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