And have I read them all? This is what I was thinking after serching for over an hour and finally choosing this book. There may be nothing new under the sun, but this book caught my attention and kept me engaged begining to end. This book kept me guessing. This story reminded me the dangers of making assumptions and generalizing. You dont really know anyone till you have walked a mile in their shoes and still you should be careful about judging anyone. I enjoyed this listen.
Juliann Garey writes about bi-polar and manic depression as if he/she has experianced it personally. Dealing with both mental challenges myself, I had to take a break several times so I did not get sucked into Garisons manic episodes. This book was a good walk through what it feels like to experiance these problems. Understand there are diffrent levels of mental illness, but many times I have felt the things that were potrayed in this book. I loved this book. I especially loved the ending. None of us will sustain joy 24/7. But it is possible to experiance and live with joy whatever the problems we might have.
If I was more emotionaly stable I would have listened all at once. A couple of times I had to step away because the book is so intense.
I cryed, laughed, was irritated by this book. Most of all I was encouraged and uplifted.
This is a good book. Enjoyed the characters and story line.
If I told it would ruin the story line for the next reader.
I love listening to his voice.
Harold, to explore his feeling of connection with other people on his journey.
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