I think everyone living in Adelaide would have heard of Quentin Kenihan, if not seen him around the city. He is unmistakable, having been born with osteogenesis imperfecta- a genetic disorder resulting in bones that are easily broken.
At about three feet tall and in his motorised wheelchair, usually with a wide grin on his face, he is hard to miss. It comes as quite a surprise to find out what it is really like to be The Quentin Kenihan and his autobiography lays it all bare. I was impressed by the honesty and self awareness of this memoir and humbled by what this man has been through, both physically and emotionally.
An inspiring roller coaster of a book complete with some wonderful photos