In July 1998, when Maxine Kumin's horse bolted at a
carriage-driving clinic, she was not expected to live. Yet, less
than a year later, her progress pronounced a miracle by her
doctors, she was at work on this journal of her astonishing
recovery. She tells of her time "inside the halo", the
near-medieval device that kept her head immobile during weeks of
intensive care and rehabilitation, of the lasting "rehab"
friendships, and of the loving family who always believed she would
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