finished reading

This is one I never would have picked up on my own--but read it for my book group. The author is a local person and might be an acquaintance of the book group member that selected it. It's a docu-fiction work, based on letters, conversations, medical and other records that captures how schizophrenia influences a mother and son. Quite a recounting of the mania and paranoia.

I don't quite know what to say about it. It's fascinating and heartbreaking.

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