Terence Ang has written a wonderful book…. Paul Brandus Columnist for USA Today
A Rememberable Read! – “Emerging From the Dark left me a little speechless. This book is remarkably written with illustrations which brings you to a place of empathy. Each page takes you on a journey to a deeper look inside the life of Terence. Including stories of other stroke survivors, their struggles, and experiences.
When I first began to read this book I became very emotional and had to put it down. I went back and read a little more every day. It is written in such a way that it makes you deeply understand what it’s like to live with disabilities. Also the emotions, thoughts, and struggles which come along with coping.
I had the honor of receiving a copy of Terence’s first book, A Cry In The Dark. Which also reflects on Terence’s personal experiences after having a stroke. I recommend this book to anyone who has a friend, family member, or loved one. Who has suffered a stroke. This book is informative for caretakers of stroke survivors.
“They say time heals all wounds. Except when you’re stuck in a time warp.” Terence Ang – Teresa James Poet & Author
Amazon 4.9 34 Rating Goodreads 4.8 58 Ratings
“Emerging From the Dark: Stroke is a beautifully illustrated compilation of stories about the inner feelings of stroke patients. With each story, you take a trip inside each person’s mind with deep and raw emotion.
I think this book is incredible. The stories are as unique as the individuals who wrote them. While reading you get a really good picture of their everyday lives. Depicting a spectrum of emotions from the beautiful and nitty gritty I know that this allows them to be seen. Other stroke patients will relate heavily to the book but more importantly, this book should be read by people who have not had one. Terence Ang has created a masterpiece that should long endure.- Bridget Ball Amazon, Goodreads & Bookbub Reviewer
… Strokes can be debilitating or they can be dealt with in a way that allows people to continue to live happy and productive lives. He says it best: I want to raise awareness that anyone can suffer a stroke. I also want to tell fellow victims, as well as their caregivers and loved ones, that they are not alone. There is help and there is hope. I encourage anyone who has had a stroke, or has a loved one who has, to read this wonderful book – Paul Brandus Columnist for USA Today and Dow Jones/MarketWatch, acclaimed author and an award-winning member of the White House press corps