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The Essence of You and Me : An inspiring and heartwarming true story of resilience, hope and love
The inspiring, heartwarming true story of Barney and Kada Miller. This couple prove that love and resilience can change everything. He was looking to go professional. But when a workmate lost control of their car, flipped it and slammed into a tree, Barney was trapped in the wreckage. He was told he would never breathe independently or use his legs again. Refusing to give in, he defied the doctors through self-belief, hard work and sheer guts.
As a year-old, David 'Barney' Miller was one of the best surfers on the New South Wales mid-north coast. But when a workmate lost control of their car, flipped it and slammed into a tree, Barney was trapped in the wreckage. Kada had moved to the coast to escape her own troubled.
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There are still some pace issues in the middle of the story, but overall I enjoyed it a lot. I hope the last book contains more appearances from the various other queens and empresses and more about Sabara, though! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Barney Miller doesn't remember anything of the accident which broke his neck and rendered him a quadriplegic. An emerging professional surfer, the car in which he was a passenger skidded out from a bend on the way to the Nymboida River and hit a tree at over kph. He was 20 years old. That's when doctors told Miller, who lives at Sawtell on the NSW north coast, he would never breathe on his own, let alone walk. Here Miller's story takes a less conventional turn.