“A One Eyed View Of Life” By Terry Spring

The best resource I have seen for the newly monocular is a book written by Terry Spring called “A One Eyed View of Life” Terry brain stormed the challenges faced by people living with monocular vision with the group “Cyclops Circle”. This book will help you deal with the challenges of work, sports, driving and just about every other aspect of living with monocular vision. This book is also helpful for family and friends who can sympathise but not really understand what it is like to live with monocular vision.

You won’t find his book in book shops or on the internet. Terry self publishes his book and he is not easy to get in touch with. We use a complicated system of smoke signals and carrier pigeons to contact him. If you would like to order a book please contact us through our contact page and we will arrange for him to send you a copy of his book. In Australia he charges $15 which includes postage. For anyone out of Australia it will cost a bit more for postage. I recommend this book to all my clients and is well worth a look.

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  1. Avatar for Michelle Michelle says:

    Hi,Paul
    thanks for the book recommendation. I am particularly interested in this book and I wanna get one for myself.I am living in sydney currently and can you tell me how I could get this book
    best

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