popular, had a great girlfriend, best friend, and supportive parents.
But when he emerges from a recuperative care center, all that is gone,
his legs and hands don't work right, his mouth says every word that pops
into his brain, and he has to write down his thoughts so that he
remembers even the most basic directions and details. Through it all,
one question haunts him: why did he try to kill himself?
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Susan Vaught, author of other books for young readers including "Stormwitch," is a full-time neuropsychologist who has helped many patients with difficulties like Jersey's. She lives with her family in Tennessee.