life, work, and love after a spinal cord injury

J. Bryant Neville, Jr. with Raquel B. Pidal
With a foreword by NPR's Dr. Dan Gottlieb

How I Roll: Life After a Spinal Cord Injury

“An unflinching look at what it’s like to be a quadriplegic.”
- Dr. Dan Gottlieb, NPR host, psychotherapist, and quadriplegic

More than a quarter million Americans live with a spinal cord injury, and 30 more Americans join this number every day.  How I Roll is the inspiring story of a Virginia country boy who was paralyzed at age 17, and how he refused to accept the medical sentence of a life unrealized.

Bryant Neville’s story is a beacon of hope for anyone facing a physical challenge who needs proof that dreams can be realized—whether on two legs or four wheels.


  • About the Book

    What would you do if doctors said you'd be bedridden for life? Bryant Neville got busy… living, learning, working, and loving.

    About the Book
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