In 1972 Trevor was an average teenager growing up in the North of England when he had an accident celebrating his 19th birthday. He broke his neck leaving him paralysed from the chest down.
After discharge from Pinderfields Spinal Unit, all Trevor wanted to do was get back to his life of fun, friends, sport and girls (with more than a dash of sex, drugs and rock and roll). He had aspirations and ambitions too, but could he achieve them now his life was so very different? This is not a, ‘triumph over tragedy,’ or ‘woe me’ story though. It’s funny and frank with enough twists and turns to keep the reader wanting more as Trevor’s life unfolds.
Book Reviews for A Picture of a Dead Horse:
“Everybody should read this book! It is full of positivity, nostalgia, empathy, wit . . . I could go on.”
“This is an unputdownable read. I raced through it in a long afternoon, and loved it. I learnt so much about the life of someone who is paraplegic. And it made me laugh out loud on virtually every page – no mean feat, I VERY rarely LOL. I want part 2 now!”
“Gotta read this. Pace is great. Humour pathos and not easy to put down.”
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