You will never have read an autobiography quite like this. Charlotte Day, once an anxiety-wracked bipolar sufferer, presents this former life to readers in an uncompromising fashion. Dandelion is a fascinating plunge into a world of total disorder, of misinterpreted scenarios and impaired romantic endeavour. The author is neither craven nor bashful in telling of her lifelong battle with mental illness. Now, having better relations with her brain, she regards this book as an epitaph to the abberant Charlotte that was. Dandelion will resonate with those battling with long term mental illness, will intrigue those on the edges and will completely dizzy those who have never experienced it before.
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|Size: ||452 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781326725990 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|