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Summary

This is the diary of Claire Bullimore, a person who was diagnosed at the age of 25 with a life threatening intraventricular meningioma - in other words, a brain tumor the size of a grapefruit! It is not always easy for a person from the outside to see what is really happening to someone affected by a traumatic experience such as this. The book shows the true emotion of a person dealing with the hardships of a brain tumor, surgery, recovery, and then the scars inside and out. Written as a series of diary entries, this book will make you feel like you are there going through the journey. There is love, friendship, and courage - you will cry, laugh, and find things you didn't know before. This book can help families and friends or other outsiders to see what a brain tumor survivor really wants you to know.

©2014 Claire Bullimore (P)2015 Claire Bullimore

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  • ESB
  • London
  • 27-08-15

Lovely inspiring story

Would you consider the audio edition of A Brain Tumour's Travel Tale to be better than the print version?

Did read the print version but it was good to hear Claire's voice

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Made me laugh and cry

Any additional comments?

It shows the emotional and physical issues which come from having a brain tumour. Great way of raising awareness about brain tumours

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