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Reviews

  • A beautiful, unflinchingly honest book about madness, mania, parenting, surviving and, above all, love and its power to heal us

    Rachel Clarke, author of Dear Life and Breathtaking
  • A brave, lit-up account of going mad and getting better, that forensically tracks the footprints of both journeys towards a settlement with the self

    Jeanette Winterson
  • Readers of Clare's game-changing memoir . . . will be struck by the fact that a mind so recently dominated by straight-to-DVD fantasies is now capable of reflecting on them with so much gentle wisdom and acute self-awareness. And in such beautiful, witty prose

    Daily Telegraph
  • Hard-hitting but tender-hearted . . . Clare thoughtfully and determinedly seeks to challenge the status-quo on treatment for mental health conditions

    Independent
  • What a gift...having such an articulate agent, reporting back from the far edges of the mind

    Sunday Times

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