Praise for Walk It Off

“A page-turning and inspiring journey of recovery . . . Hilarious and hopeful.” 

—LISA GENOVA, bestselling author of Still Alice


“I can’t remember the last time I’ve liked a character in a book so much—only this one is real. . . . Ruth Marshall’s story is filled with heart and courage and heaping spoonfuls of humor.” 

—GLENN DIXON, #1 bestselling author of Juliet’s Answer


“Full of heart and humour. . . . Profound and witty. I could not put it down!” 

—KARMA BROWN, bestselling author of Come Away with Me


“A moving and hilarious portrayal of what happens when our bodies get the best of us and life is turned upside down . . . Wry and honest and wickedly funny, Walk It Off is a wonderful debut memoir from a writer to watch.” 

—AMY STUART, bestselling author of Still Mine


“A hilarious account of the kind of thing we all pray doesn’t happen to us. . . . An epic journey of recovery that is equally scary and funny.” 

—MICHAEL REDHILL, author of Bellevue Square and two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize nominee


“Ruth Marshall writes with unblinking honesty and intimate charm about the challenges and triumphs of medical calamity. The pages practically turn themselves.” 

—TEVA HARRISON, award-winning author of In-Between Days


“Revelatory, human, gutting and funny. . . . Taking a simple step will never feel the same. One of those books you can’t put down and you will insist that everyone you love has to read. Ruth Marshall is us, at our worst and most brave.” 

—DIANE FLACKS, actor, author of Bear with Me


“So funny, so achingly poignant. . . . Ruth’s story is riveting, her warmth and honesty irresistible.” 

—JAMES CHATTO, author of The Greek for Love