by Roland M. Tennyson As a result of a car accident that killed his father and left him in a coma for ten weeks, Roland M. Tennyson did a lot of growing up in hospitals. Diagnosed with brain damage and mental retardation, as time went on, Rolands health didnt improve much, and his doctors didnt give him much of a chance. Roland has had seventy-five operations, five of them open-heart. At the age of fifteen, Rolands carotid artery erupted while he was awake after his third open-chest surgery. When Roland was inspired to write at the age of thirteen, most of his family was not supportive, but writing was a way for him to express himself after the death of his best friend, his dad. As you read this book, you will be inspired as you come to know that all things are possible through Jesus Christ, who strengthens and preserves us. God bless you. (2005, paperback, 34 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.