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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

When Rabbit Howls

When Rabbit Howls Plot Summary
Holy terrifying.  This was a good book but oh so disturbing.  A personal account from a woman with 92 personalities.  Just the thought of the trauma required to splinter that many personalities is mind blowing.  Now I said personal account, it was supposedly written by a woman who actually experienced this disease and suffered the trauma, not her psychiatrist.  In the past, books on MPD were typically written by the doctor treating the patient not the patient themselves.  At times I did wonder if that was a legit claim or just a ploy to sell more books.   I wouldn't say there is anything in the book her shrink wouldn't know, but no way to really know at this point.  This is one not for the kiddos its very disturbing.  It contains abuse, bestiality, and torture beginning on a 2 year old up to like 16.  If you can't read the synopsis/review then pass on this read quickly.  If you are sick and love a good psychology read (like me) then this is it.  It didn't end out like I wanted it to but I guess real life never really does, its depressing that way. 

Rating~ 2