by Heather Sellers
Hardcover, 356 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $25.95 |
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A woman who is face blind—meaning she cannot reliably recognize peoples' faces—offers an unusual family memoir, giving her unique perspective on hindsight, insight, and forgiveness.
November 13, 2010 Imagine not being able to recognize your husband, your mother, your co-workers. For author Heather Sellers, that's everyday life: She suffers from an inability to recognize faces. In her new memoir, Sellers writes about coming to terms with the disorder, but not until she was in her 30s.
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