A New York Times Bestselling Author
One morning in late 2017, New York Times columnist Frank Bruni woke up with blurred vision. Overnight, a stroke had cut off blood to one of his optic nerves, rendering him functionally blind in that eye. In The Beauty of Dusk, Bruni recounts his adjustment to this reality, a medical and spiritual odyssey that involved not only reappraising his own priorities but also reaching out to longtime friends and new acquaintances who had navigated their own traumas and afflictions. The result is an examination of the limits all of us encounter, the lenses through which we choose to evaluate them, and the tools we have for perseverance.