Until his early twenties David Bereson was always with people powering through the day. Then one day, bang, a serious car accident changed everything. He lay in hospital in a deep coma. Eventually an epileptic fit woke him to a new world he had yet to comprehend. It took years — a huge intellectual effort for a damaged brain even to attempt. There was a lot of rewiring to be done — to learn to walk again, to get his mind to talk to his body —and he’s had to Dig Deep. His book tells stories of his journey to the centre of his disability — what he found there, what and whom was missing, what he learnt and what he gained through what he’d lost.
David Bereson’s Storied Memoir — Dig Deep