People often say, ???I feel like I???ve been run over by a truck.??? Katie actually was.
On a sunny morning bike ride in Brooklyn, twenty-four-year-old Katie McKenna was forever changed when she was run over by an eighteen-wheeler. Being crushed under a massive semi wasn???t something Katie should have survived. After ten hours of emergency surgery, she woke to find herself in a body and a life that would never be the same.
In this brutally honest and surprisingly funny memoir, Katie recalls the pivotal event and the long, confusing road to recovery that followed. Between the unprepared nudity in front of her parents post-surgery, hospital happy hours, and the persistent fear that she would never walk again, Katie details the struggles she???s faced navigating her new reality. This inspiring memoir follows Katie???s remarkable journey to let go of her old life and fall in love with her new one.ABA White Box Mailing. National Radio, Print, and TV Campaign. Advance Review Copies. Select Author Events in NYC. Online Publicity Campaign Targeting Top Women Magazines, Self-Help/Inspirational Media and Bike Culture. Social Media Campaign on Goodreads. Women's Book Club Outreach.The story of a body that was crushed by an eighteen-wheel truck and of a spirit that refused to be. McKenna brings terrific humor and soul to her story. ???Newsday
One of the funniest, bravest memoirs I've ever read. I think we all wonder what would happen if we had to start over. Here is how one woman did it???rebuilding her body and life by force of will and personality. It reminded me how humor truly is an act of grace. ???John Freeman, editor ofFreeman'sand author ofHow to Read a Novelist
Despite its name, [McKenna's memoir] is a laugh riot voyage through getting run over by a truck, recovering, living, loving... ???Gersh Kuntzman,New York Daily Newscolumnist
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