Now I See You

Now I See You

A Memoir

Book - 2014
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"When [the author] was 19 years old, she walked into an eye doctor's office for what she thought was a routine appointment and was given a life-changing diagnosis. She was going blind, courtesy of a disease called retinitis pigmentosa, and she had a decade or so before lights-out. To cope, she decides to hide her disease and live like there's no tomorrow ... She tears through boyfriends, joins a circus school, and travels all over. But when she falls in love and gets pregnant just a few years shy of her vision's expiration date, she abandons her reckless ways in order to become the best mother she can be"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2014.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781250026569
Branch Call Number: 617.7 KEA
Characteristics: 275 p. ; 22 cm.
Alternative Title: I see you : a memoir


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Jan 03, 2017

I like to read memoirs about people with medical challenges hoping to find inspiration and/or coping skills to help me with mine. This gal's coping skill seemed to me to be denial and then with the love of a very wonderful partner she was able to charge on with life.

Mar 19, 2016

Wonderful. Funny, touching, honest, enlightening. Highly recommended.

rere3 Sep 17, 2015

Author shows her creative chops in this memoir. Her humor is infectious yet the strength of this memoir the honesty. The desire to deny and hide from her impending blindness and her acceptance are what makes this book a must read for others.

multcolib_karene Jan 18, 2015

A very entertaining, heartwarming, funny memoir with a spunky, slightly snarky (but in a really nice way) narrator. Nicole Kear shows us all how challenges can be faced in so many different ways.

Dec 19, 2014

This was a very entertaining book. She has a good sense of humor about going blind and being a mother.

Aug 02, 2014

Now I See You is Nicole Kears story of discovering at the age of 19 that she will go blind. Kear describes honestly the challenges she faces in the years when she slowly loses her sight. This book will entertain and move you.


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