by JASON PAUL
PAGE COUNT: 180
Every once in awhile fiction transcend boundaries
and speaks to us so fundamentally that we change
our perceptions and sometimes, our lives. Jason
Pauls Coma is just such a novel.
Tyler Rand. He is normal, healthy and active.
Hes a writer whose debut novel has just
received critical acclaim and Rand is walking on
cloud nine. Life is finally coming up roses.
But life can change in a New York minute and
during what would have otherwise been a short
two-minute stroll home, Tyler Rand falls victim
to an aggressive attack that leaves him in a
Weve seen and heard the stories of people
and families confronted with the legal, moral and
ethical issues surrounding coma victims and
patients whose lives are reduced to mere
vegetative states. But what would these issues
mean if we were facing them? And what of the
victims and patients? Even medical science admits
there have been people held as silent prisoners
insides bodies that defied outward indication of
If it were you, would you hope for the nearly
impossiblehowever unlikelyor want the
right to die with dignity? What would your family
do and who would speak for you?
In this probing and profound exploration of a
private torment in the midst of a public storm,
author Jason Paul involves us in a way that
leaves little room for comfortable or unbiased
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