Woody Livingston earned a college degree, had a short but successful stint as a prizefighter, traveled to Russia three times during the height of the Cold War, played hockey for charity with the Washington Capitals, and flew a small airplane ... all while being completely deaf and going blind. Before turning thirty, Woody -- struggling to live in the hearing and sighted world because of discrimination he encountered by potential employers -- is homeless, jobless, and at the end of his rope wondering whether life is worth living. Woody realizes he must live by faith and not by sight; to reach out for a different kind of help before it's too late. Until Nightfall is a gripping true tale of perseverance, survival, and triumph in the face of overwhelming odds-showing that one doesn't need eyesight to truly "see."-

Author
Woody Livingston
Imprint
Rochester, New York: Olive Juice Publishing, 2020
Tags
Biography; Deaf-Blindness

Source URL: https://tndeaflibrary.nashville.gov/library/materials/until-nightfall-i-cant-see-you-im-deaf

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