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Corey King was diagnosed with a chronic, incurable disease at age 47. Eight years later, Corey continues his story of fighting disability with humor, honesty, and realistic optimism. 

Walking with Parkinson chronicles Corey's journey from diagnosis through denial and acceptance and finally, to defiance. He believes that challenges are made to be overcome and that we all have a purpose, and he illustrates his belief with stories from his own life. 

Leavened with wisdom created by adversity and compassion learned from friends and family, Corey's story of finding faith, purpose, and peace in troubled circumstances is an uplifting reminder that we all have challenges and that we all have the power to choose our responses.

Walking with Parkinson contains the complete text of Corey's first two books, Walking the Crooked Path and Stumbling Toward Victory. A third book-length section, "Seeking the Way Home", and an added introduction to the combined edition are also included.

©2017 Corey D. King (P)2019 Corey D. King

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Interesting and inspiring

The first part is the best part, where he talks about his life. The narration was a little wooden but seemed to go with the subject.