Until the Cows Come Home

In 1963, J.T. took an ill-advised ride in a '59 Hot Rod Chevy and regained consciousness 28 days later. J.T.'s often humorous journey from orphanage to U.S. Marines and beyond teaches him that adversity is a fact of life.
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In 1963, J.T. took an ill-advised ride in a '59 Hot Rod Chevy and regained consciousness 28 days later. The diagnosis was simple: brain damage. J.T.'s often humorous journey from orphanage to U.S. Marines and beyond teaches him that adversity is a fact of life. His unflinching description of his ongoing recovery and his unique insights into the thought processes of someone with "drain bamage" will be uncharted territory for most readers, but it's well worth the trip.