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Welcome to the Book Club!

Welcome to our discussion of Robert Kurson's intriguing new book, the true story of one man's unique journey from blindness into vision. When we use a phrase like that, we often mean it as a metaphor, but if you've read this fascinating book you know that in the case of Mike May it's literally what happened.

We're lucky to have Robert Kurson, the bestselling author of Shadow Divers, here to talk with us about Mike's story, and the insights about vision and the mind which Crashing Through reveals. Don't miss out on an inspiring and thought-provoking story -- and a conversation which is sure to be equally intriguing.
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