Only the Eyes Say Yes: A Love Story
An inspirational memoir describes how a happily married couple coped with the sudden onset of "locked-in syndrome" and how, through love, devotion, and determination, transformed a horrifying tragedy into triumph. 30,000 first printing.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Fraction of an Inch per Month
Long Live Computers
Kerpape a Perfect Transition
Emmanuel My Double
The Way People Look at Me
My Own Coma
From Challenge to Challenge
And What About Me?
Private Life and Public Life
Onward One and All
Other editions - View all
able aide-de-camp Allier arms arrived asked blink body Bourbonnais Brittany Capucine cedilla coma comfort daughter deal despite disabled doctors effort Emmanuel everything eyes face fact father feel finally friends give hand happy head hear intensive care unit Juliette keep Kerpape knew later letter Levallois live locked-in syndrome look managed Matra mind months mother move Neuilly never night Noirmoutier nurse occupational therapist once pain paralyzed Pascale patient person Philippe Philippe's accident physical therapists Pierre pleasure quadriplegic questions refused Renault Espace response role seemed sense septic shock sister sleep slightest soccer someone sometimes staff stay Stephane Vigand stop sure talk television tell thanks things thought three children tion took tracheotomy turn vacation voice walk watch weekends weeks wheelchair wife words