Ghost Boy by Martin Pistorius


This is an incredible tale, written by a man who was trapped in his body for 10 years, after misdiagnosis during a rare illness. He couldn’t do anything physically, but he was mentally aware. After the horrible fallout, we learn how he regains his life. It’s amazing that Pistorius could come as far as he has and then write about it. Although I was moved immensely by his powerful tale, I found the use of present tense kind of confusing. Otherwise, wow.

Gwenamon says: Truly inspiring

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