by Rachel Cohen for NYTimes
“In his first memoir, “Planet of the Blind,” Stephen Kuusisto recreated the blurred landscape of his blindness — “my eyes dance in a private, rising field of silver threads, teeming greens, roses and smoke.” (He was born legally blind, with 20/200 vision in his better eye.) His new memoir, “Eavesdropping,” also draws its readers into an unusual perceptual world.”
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Review: Eavesdropping-A Life By Ear