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Me, Myself and Eye Audiobook

Me, Myself and Eye: A Memoir

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Publisher's Summary

Wyburn-Mason syndrome. Ever heard of it? Dan Jeffries has, and his insightful and hilarious memoir explores what it's like living with one of the world's rarest medical conditions - and then finding out you have another one.

Told through an innovative new approach that combines the audiobook experience with modern technology, Me, Myself & Eye really lets the listener delve into Dan's life story. Use your smart-phone, tablet, or computer whilst you're listening to look at photos, medical documents, scans, videos, and even listen to music he's written over the years.

Me, Myself & Eye is a memoir that is both fascinating and insightful, told with a fresh, honest and unique voice.

©2015 Dan Jeffries (P)2017 Dan Jeffries

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    John Bois-Chase uk 05/06/2017
    John Bois-Chase uk 05/06/2017

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    "One man's life experience against the backdrop of the very rare Wyburn-Mason syndrome"

    This book is a really captivating read and a very personal account of a life story which is set against the backdrop of a very rare illness.
    It's easy to connect with Dan (the author) through his journey. The book catalogs the discovery that the author has the very rare Wyburn-Mason syndrome and the effect this has on his appearance and general health. The book runs the gamut of personal relationships, work, music and other, often very humorous life experiences, whilst, all the while, dealing with effects of this often debilitating illness. Touching, thought-provoking and funny this book kept me engaged throughout its length and I would recommend reading it.

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    Sandi 26/05/2017
    Sandi 26/05/2017

    Avid reader/listener - love to discover a little-known GREAT book and tell the world about it!

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    "Disappointed"
    If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

    Someone who enjoys off color stories and is not offended by language.


    What was most disappointing about Dan Jeffries’s story?

    I was expected a inspirational memoir from an individual who succeeded in spite of two rare medical conditions. I did not expect profanity, inappropriate sexual content, and far too many genital stories.


    You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

    Since I received a complimentary copy in exchange for a review, I really wanted to be able to write something positive but alas I did not, could not, finish listening to this book.


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