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Mao's Last Dancer
The remarkable memoir of film star Michael J. Fox and his first ten years living with Parkinson's Disease. Diagnosed in 1991, Michael eventually lost his balance, his grace, his spontaneity, and the ability to read the morning newspaper. Even so, he realizes that, in fact, he is a lucky man.
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"An enthralling story, told with verve and dexterity" Sunday Times "Don't miss this compelling and witty tale of the actor's 11 year fight with Parkinson's disease. An intelligent, poignant and funny read" Woman's Own 20021223 "A poignant story, well worth reading" OK 20030117 "Well-written and insightful ... a rare, unmissable memoir" Heat "Real power . compelling reading . his book often has the intensity of a thriller" -- Craig Brown Mail on Sunday
Michael J. Fox is best known today for his hit Channel Four sitcom Spin City that he also produced. In the eighties he became an international mega-star, first through TV shows such as Family Ties, then through the record-breaking Back To The Future movies.