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Anthony Holten was born near the Hill of Tara in County Meath. He traveled extensively during his marine engineering days in the Merchant Navy before going on to work on offshore oil and gas rigs all over the world. He now lives with his wife and three grown-up children near Glanmire in County Cork.
AcknowledgementsForeword by Doctor Graham RobertsIntroductionChapter 1: Early Days, Part One: Life Before my StrokeChapter 2: Early Days, Part Two: Hidden DiabetesChapter 3: The Day of my Train CrashChapter 4: The Accident and Emergency DepartmentChapter 5: The Ward, Part One: Accepting my New RealityChapter 6: The Ward, Part Two: The Road to RecoveryChapter 7: Tralee, Part One: Post-Hospital Life in the Outside WorldChapter 8: Tralee, Part Two: Spreading my WingsChapter 9: Broadening my Horizons: Tralee, Waterford, London and WalesChapter 10: Back HomeChapter 11: Raising the BarChapter 12: The Wavy Wall and the Trip to Dun LaoghaireChapter 13: Eye Surgery: The Dimming of LightsChapter 14: Darkness and LightChapter 15: Mystery TrainChapter 16: The Darkness DeepensChapter 17: The Red Mist DescendsChapter 18: The Little Red SeahorseChapter 19: Wrapping up and Moving onChapter 20: My Reasons for Writing this BookAuthor's Note
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