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Day My Brain Exploded A True Story

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ISBN-10: 1565129970

ISBN-13: 9781565129979

Edition: N/A

Authors: Ashok Rajamani

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Ashok Rajamani, a first generation Indian-American, was just beginning to enjoy his life as a gainfully employed bachelor in Manhattan when POP! -  a hidden and unsuspected genetic trigger was touched and his brain exploded. That he survived at all was not a sure thing, but even more surprising is that he not only came through all the operations and the re-education process (his memory was basically wiped out and he had to re-learn even the most basic things), but he has recovered to the point that he is able to tell his own story, and has done so with wit, insight, and a smattering of rage. Today he is on a mission to help others less fortunate than he, those who have suffered brain damage…    
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Book details

List price: $21.99
Publisher: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill
Publication date: 1/22/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 270
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Author's Note
Prologue: 2011
Cum and Precum: 2000, 1983
Aftermath: 2003-2004
Peanut Curry: 1974
The Day My Brain Exploded: 2000 (I)
Nonbloody Events of the Day: 2000 (II)
Grudge Match: Krisnha v. Jesus: 1974-1989
The Incarceration, Part One: 2000 (III)
Not The First Time in Jail: 1989-1992
The Incarceration, Part Two: 2000 (IV)
Formatting Ashok Version 2.0: 2000 (V)
Jeepers Creepers, Where'd You Get Those Peepers: 2000 (VI)
AVM Wha… ?: 2000 (VII)
Drunk with Success: 1992-2000
Big Apple Core: 2000-2001
Time to Bloom: 2001
Just When You Thought the Worst Was Over: 2002
I Sing the Body Electric: 2002-Present
Through the Looking Glass: 2003-Present
Hermit Spiral: 2004
Lazarusness: 2004-Present
Brain Karma: 1974
No Pity Required, Just Fresh Breath/Present (I)
Becoming How the Brain Became: Present (II)