By Cole Cohen
A lively, wry, and totally unique memoir approximately one woman's fight to make her approach and arrange a lifestyles after medical professionals find a gap the dimensions of a lemon in her brain.
The summer season sooner than she used to be set to move out-of-state to pursue her MFA, twenty-six-year-old Cole Cohen submitted herself to a battery of exams. for so long as she may well be mindful, she'd struggled with a chain of studying disabilities that made it approximately most unlikely to pass judgement on time and area status at a go stroll, she could not let you know if an oncoming vehicle might arrive in ten seconds or thirty; in case you requested her to tell you whilst ten mins had handed, she may perhaps notify you in a minute or an hour. those signs had regularly stored her from getting a driver's license, which she desired to have for grad university. rather than leaving the doctor's place of work with permission to force, she left with a surprising analysis medical professionals had stumbled on a wide gap in her mind answerable for her life-long struggles. simply because there are not verified instruments to depend upon within the wake of this exceptional and mysterious prognosis, Cole and her medical professionals and relatives create them, and become aware of firsthand how most sensible to navigate the original global that Cole lives in. advised with no an oz of self-pity and lots of allure and wit, "Head Case" is finally a narrative of triumph, as we watch this passionate, loveable, and unsinkable younger girl chart a direction for herself."