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Never Tell Me Never by Janine Shepherd
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Never Tell Me Never

by Janine Shepherd

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A very inspirational story about an ultra competitive athlete whose life is radically changed after a serious bike accident. Well written and easy to read, Janine's story will make you realise that nothing is impossible if you want it badly enough ( )
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Celebration of life of an Olympic cross country skier who was hit by a truck while training

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Doctors warned that Janine was not expected to survive after a road accident; even if she recovered, she would never walk again. Janine refused to believe them and focused every sinew of her being on healing her broken body and crushed morale. She pushed her body to mend itself, forced her legs to walk again, step by painful step. This is her story, a testament to the power of the human spirit, and one that will move and inspire all who read it.… (more)

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