02:34PM, Monday 18 March 2019
My name is Jessica Stevens and I am 29 years old. I have a BA in English and Drama, and an MA in English Literature, both from Royal Holloway, University of London. I used to live in Hendon in NW London with my family, but I now live in Iver in Buckingamshire with my boyfriend.
In 2015, at just 25 years old, Jessica Stevens sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Her car was completely written-off when she was involved in a severe road traffic accident just outside her house. Jessica was then airlifted to The Royal London Hospital. Her family were later told: "everything is broken", and that she would never recover.
She remained in a coma for the next six weeks.
This inspirational book chronicles Jessica's sheer grit, courage, and perseverance, resulting in her incredible rehabilitation and ongoing recovery.
A well-paced, fast-flowing narrative that is at once harrowing but totally uplifting and awe-inspiring. It will show you the power of the human spirit when all hope is gone, and how much trauma the human body can survive.
It is available to pre-order from the website now: www.jessica-stevens.co.uk
Then it is released in paperback and Kindle form on Tuesday 26th March 2019.
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