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From The Dustjacket

by on Jan.27, 2010, under Truant Thoughts

From the dustjacket of Truant Thoughts:

This is not an ordinary book and will probably not suit an ordinary reader. The author was a quadriplegic and confined to a wheel chair for the last forty-five years of his life. He wrote every day he could and because of his injuries he saw life differently than uninjured men who could walk, use their hands, and control their body functions.

A great mind, an incisive mind, part of a normal body, suddenly transformed from normal active body status into a vegetable can either wither . . . or expand into unusual and different mental vistas. Tom’s mind expanded beyond the ordinary for even similar sufferers. His mind bypassed youthful training and social restrictions and he recorded his insights, some of which are in this the first book of his lifetimes accumulation. His humor and cynicism combined to give all readers insights and knowledge far beyond the norm.

It is unlikely that you have ever read anything like this.

And it is unlikely that you will like it at first.
But I defy you to claim it all isn’t true—after you have gotten over the shock.

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