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Very interesting book with lots of information about blindness and what blind people can live with and do daily. Good read.
Can you imagine a blind woman riding a bicycle in Manhatten, NYC. Audra Carter has a guide dog, called Raff. He guides her by wearing her toy car, around his neck. This was found in the car after the accident that blinded her, and killed her Mother, 14 years ago. She now feels that the toy car is her lucky charm. Her Father, Jenson Carter, feels very guilty about the accident. He blames himself. He gave up a thriving medical practice and switched to neuroscience. He had to find a cure for his daughter. He had a graduate assistant Trent Steen, a colleague Stefan Vanek and supervisory contact, Stanley Calverson, while working on the NIH project. With money funding the project, they have 13 people who qualify to be tested. This project is to help people with Darksight. Audra can do anything a sighted person can. She talks to you as though she can see you. Audra doesn't want to be involved in this project but finally agrees. Then things start to go seriously wrong. The project starts to unravel and have murderous results, Jenson and Audra fight to the end to correct everything that Stefan and Stanley have created. There are a lot of descriptions to describe different types of blindness and ways to help restore vision to some people. Very interesting book with lots of information about blindness and what blind people can live with and do daily. Good read.