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My Next Step: An Extraordinary Journey of Healing and Hope

by Dave Liniger

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Mr. Liniger suffered terrible pain, paralysis, and survived. At the end of the book, he does thank the doctors and nurses for his good care. As a woman of faith, I would have also thanked God. At times the author was condescending, sexist, bragging, and egotistical. He is the founder of ReMax, and mentions ReMax too many times. He states having the best care, at the best possible hospital, which is more like a 5-Star hotel than a hospital. Although, I am very happy Mr. Liniger has survived his horrific infection and paralysis, his less than humble attitude throughout the book turned me off. I wish him only the best, and perhaps more humility in the future. ( )
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