"A haunting and poetically rendered tale of a scrambled mind and the neurological roots of creativity." --New Scientist
From stroke survivor to compulsive artist
JON SARKIN was a successful chiropractor and dedicated husband before a tiny blood vessel shifted in his brain. The vessel swelled, pressing on his acoustic nerve, causing extreme tinnitus and an unbearable sensitivity to sound.
The condition was debilitating, so Sarkin elected to undergo risky brain surgery to fix it. The surgery was initially successful, but later complications caused Sarkin to suffer a massive stroke, which wreaked widespread havoc on his brain. When he emerged from a coma...