Interesting brief natural history lithium, psychology, psychiatry, and good memoir of going crazy and coming back. I love the dizzying cover and it matches my skull succulent planter and phone case. Fun color scheme, and a pretty fun read.
I went into this expecting a generic thriller, but it turned out to be rather good. The ending wandered into unlikely territory which spoilt it a little for me, but overall a good read. 4🌟
Thanks to NetGalley & publishers, Penguin Books (UK), for the opportunity to read an ARC. #NetGalley
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I don't hate it, but I've struggled to get this far (1/3). Bailing for now, will come back to it later.
Hannah Gold was born mature or that‘s what her parents tell her. She is extremely intelligent and always been very aware of how smart she is but after an accident involving her roommate she is institutionalized and everything she knew about herself she questions.
I really enjoyed Hannah as a unreliable narrator and her journey learning that she does have a mental illness.