Quentin Kenihan was born with a rare bone disorder; his bones would break all on their own. After appearing in a documentary aged 7, Australians fell in love with Quentin’s wit and attitude. But there was a dark side to his disability. By the time he was 18, Quentin had an extensive drug addiction. They were dark days, with boozy blackouts and thoughts of suicide. Battling his way through, Quentin went to rehab, cleaned up and this is his story.
This honest and heartbreaking memoir is a story to inspire – living proof that superheroes don't need capes, just the right attitude!