• The Making of a Multiple Personality

  • By: Shana Dines
  • Narrated by: Dani George
  • Length: 4 hrs and 53 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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The Making of a Multiple Personality

By: Shana Dines
Narrated by: Dani George
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Cammie is a healthy little girl who lives with her mother, father, little sister Prissy, and her grandmother. She especially loves her grandma because she makes her feel safe and loved. Cammie thinks there is something wrong with her because she hates her mother and yet loves her too. She feels lonely and scared many times. Her daddy works nights and she doesn’t feel safe with her mother. Prissy gets to share a room with Grandma but Cammie has to sleep by herself. After Daddy goes to work, Mom gives hot chocolate to everyone at bedtime.

Cammie feels tired and notices that her mother locks Grandma’s bedroom door after she and Prissy retire for the night. When she asks her mother why; she is threatened to keep her mouth shut.

When Cammie feels threatened or scared she zones out and doesn’t remember what happened. She tells Grandma that sometimes she sees a different little girl in the mirror but when she senses Grandma’s concern she doesn’t talk about it anymore. Cammie doesn’t realize that she has an amazing gift for survival. What skills does a child use to survive the unspeakable?

When Daddy has an accident and has to stay home to recuperate, things take an unusual turn. He becomes involved in his little girls’ lives and realizes that his wife isn’t the person he thought she was.

©2018 Shana Dines (P)2020 Shana Dines

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Narration was one of the worst I’ve ever heard

It was difficult to pay attention to the story because of the poor narration. It was very unnatural and stilted. Moving story though.

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Very good story

Story was Interesting. The narration was annoying however you will be missing that narrator when you are listening to book two. It's the worse one we heard. Like a grandma reading a bedtime story to kids. No emotion or nuances at all. No performance. I am working through it so I can see what happens to Cammy

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Bait and switch

Little did I know you have to listen to the second book to even discover what actually happened to the main character. The summary makes you think there is actually a story here, buts it’s just the painful beginning. Also, I think it would have been better for the narrator to just use her regular voice instead of trying to make her voice sound like a child and a man. It’s annoying.

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Good read

I enjoyed this book ,good story and the narrator wasn’t to bad . I was able to feel the characters feelings.

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