Magical Sense: Living with MSSue ChambersBook Details:
Publisher: Ecademy Press
Where to buy: Amazon.com
This is a short little book, it is very much the personal account of one woman's life with MS. It is written in the first person and gives insight into her
downs with the disease.
She gives her views of how she deals with diagnosis, attacks and life in general.
She also gives detail of her experience with several types of alternative therapy, as she searches for better treatment.
My caution to anyone with MS who reads this book, would be this is a personal journal, the author does say much of the book came from her journal.
I would not call it a must read.
About the Reviewer:
Pauline Weldon is one of the founding nurses of both the Canadian Neurological Nurses Association and IOMSN. Her extensive and dedicated service to people with MS has earned her the love and respect of colleagues and patients alike. She approaches everything she does with competence and creativity and is enjoying a retirement of sorts in Nova Scotia where she and her husband, Wes reside. She is a good friend to all.