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Christopher Reeve has established a reputation as one of the country's leading actors, and since he was paralyzed in an equestrian competition in 1995, he has put a human face on spinal cord injury. Reeve is the chairman of the board of the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF) and the vice chairman of the National Organization on Disability, and he lobbies vigorously for health-care reform and funding for research. He is the author of the bestselling book Still Me and lives in upstate New York with his wife, Dana, and their children. Visit the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Web site at www.christopherreeve.org and the Christopher and Dana Reeve Paralysis Resource Center Web site at www.paralysis.org.
"GRACEFUL, PERSUASIVE . . . A reflective mixture of policy advocacy, personal philosophy and candid self-observation." --The Philadelphia Inquirer "[A] SUPER SHOT OF INSPIRATION . . . REEVE'S CANDOR AND UNSELFISH NATURE ARE APPARENT IN EVERY PAGE." --The Oklahoman "MOVING . . . A GENTLE AND IMPRESSIVE MESSAGE FROM SOMEONE WHO REFUSES TO GIVE UP." --Deseret News "This book may awaken in the reader a desire to find within oneself, one's family and friends, and one's higher power the hope and wherewithal to live life as though 'nothing is impossible.' " --Quest magazine "Reeve's style is simple and genuine, you can feel his longing as you turn each page. . . . Nothing Is Impossible reminds us that life is not to be taken for granted--it should be embraced with passion, kindness and gratitude. . . . This is a potent message we have heard many times, but it's the messenger who gives these words brimming resonance." --Coral Gables Gazette (FL) "Nothing Is Impossible is written completely without either corrosive self-pity or false vanity. In many ways, it is a completely ordinary book-- and that may be its greatest strength." --Bookreporter.com "Lovely . . . [Reeve's] book, a manifesto for living life to the fullest, should be on everyone's bedside table." --Millbrook Round Table (NY)