The Fall [Ebook Kindle ePUB] by Diogo Mainardi

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The Fall is a memoir like no other It is a celebration of love an homage to a courageous child and an honest look at the ways beauty and art can be deceptive forces in our lives  The Fall is made up of 424 short passages This is the number of steps taken by Diogo Mainardi’s s. I don t know how Other Press does it They just find these books that in like 10000 words less than 200 digest size pages rip me to my gut They ve done it again with Diago Mainardi s The Fall A Father s Memoir in 424 StepsYou can t even call it heart breaking just gut twisting full of emotions It s the story of a father and his hero his muse his son Tito a boy born with Cerebral Palsy after the hospital made a mistake during his birth It s less a guide from Mainardi on how to deal with raising a kid with this condition never a whine that his kid isn t normal but truly a celebration and not so humble brag about why this little guy who has never walked than 424 step

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The Fall

On Tito as he walks with great difficulty alongside his father through Venice to the beautiful Lombardo Renaissance Hospital where a medical mishap during Tito’s birth left him with cerebral palsyAs they make their way toward the place where their lives changed forever Mainard. I don t read much Nonfiction After reading this there isn t much reason for me to read any This was honestly the best book I have read in years I have read a lot of good fiction really good But nothing touched me than this story This is a short read and I admit I neglected my own family in my haste to get to its conclusion A beautiful story of a father who s sole purpose is to care for his child A child wrongfully stricken with Cerebral Palsy But this isn t a sad tale It s far from that It s a tale of triumph A boy s triumph Woven among the achievements of Diogo s son are circular tales of all the things around them and how they relate Diogo is so involved with his son he sees

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I draws on his knowledge of art history and culture to try to explain a misfortune that could have been avoided From Marcel Proust to Neil Young Sigmund Freud to Humpty Dumpty Renaissance Venice to Auschwitz he charts the trajectory of the Western world with Tito at its center . This is a moving and often humorous tribute from a father to his son born with cerebral palsey The book is laid out in 424 tidbits steps of information about his life with his son The author draws many likenesses of historical Italian monuments and buildings Brazilian beach detail and famous people and paintings in history to relate to the trials tribulations and remarkable moments in his son s life Very interesting book layout and comparisons I really felt the love this father has for his sonI accepted Tito s cerebral palsyI accepted it as if it were the most natural thing in the world I accepted it with delight I accepted it with enthusiasm I accepted it with love Knowing


10 thoughts on “The Fall

  1. says:

    I don’t know how Other Press does it They just find these books that in like 10000 words less than 200 digest size pages rip me to my gut They’ve done it again with Diago Mainardi’s The Fall A Father’s Memoir in 424 StepsYou can’t eve

  2. says:

    A parents obsession over for their child is nothing new and is the focus of this slim volume the Fall A Father's Memoir in 424 Steps authored by novelist Diogo Mainardi The book is written with 424 blog style en

  3. says:

    On Monday I was given this book in Cambridge by my friend Richard Russell On Tuesday I began reading it at a doctor's office in Waltham On Wednesday I finished it at a cafe in New York Now my mind doubles back and forth an

  4. says:

    diogo mainardi's the fall as memórias de um pai em 424 passos is a moving portrait of a father's love and devotion the brazilian journalistnovelisttranslator's son tito was born in 2000 with cerebral palsy a result of negl

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    Release Date 8th May 2014 England translated from BrazilianSynopsisJoin Diogo Mainardi and his son Tito on a journey of 424 steps starting with Tito’s disastrous birth in a Venetian hospital It’s a journey full of joy and reflection and an honest exploration of fatherhood It’s a journey that follows the arc of western culture from Rembrandt van Rijn to Assassin’s Creed and from Dante Alighieri to Auschwitz to show how one

  6. says:

    I don't read much Nonfiction After reading this there isn't much reason for me to read any This was honestly the best book I have read in years I have read a lot of good fiction really good But nothing touched me than this story This is a short read and I admit I neglected my own family in my haste to get to its conclusion A beautiful story of a father who's sole purpose is to care for his child A child wrongfully stricken with Cerebral

  7. says:

    A uniue book written in a series of 424 steps as a father recounts the birth and early life of his son who through a series of accidents during the birth has cerebral palsy Intertwined with the stories of his son are discussions of the historic events leading up to the birth both directly related to the birth and also the culture be

  8. says:

    This is a moving and often humorous tribute from a father to his son born with cerebral palsey The book is laid out in 424 tidbits steps of information about his life with his son The author draws many likenesses of historical Italian monumen

  9. says:

    This is a short uirkly little memoir of a father and his son Tito who was injured at birth resulting in tito's diagnosis of cerebral palsy I had to admit to ignorance of most of the artist referencesBut Mainardi

  10. says:

    Really unusual book difficult to classify Written by the father of a child born with cerebral palsy it relates the causes of his son's Tito condition and their journey through his childhood via Italian Renaissance architect Pietro Lombardi Abbott Costello and Assasin's Creed II to name but a few I can guarantee it won't be the book you're expecting

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