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A Memoir Of Memory, Mental Illness And Trauma

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#1 The Memory Palace (4 stars) Beautifully written memoir about growing up with a schizophrenic mother. So sad, and such an eye opener about how mental health is dealt with in America.

Just started this and cannot put it down. If you liked The Glass Castle you will love this.

The Memory Palace - a memoir about the 17-year estrangement of the author and her homeless schizophrenic mother, and their reunion. by Mira Bartok

The Memory Palace

Bartók's The Memory Palace explores not just relationships but the slippery nature of memory itself: Having lost much of her ability to remember in a debilitating car accident in 1999, Bartók must piece together her own past as she delves into her mother's.

memoir about the complex meaning of love, truth, and the capacity for forgiveness among family. Through stunning prose and original art created by the author in tandem with the text, The Memory Palace explores the connections between mother and daughter that cannot be broken no matter how much exists—or is lost—between them.

The Memory Palace

The Memory Palace by Mira Bartok By Mira Bartók - Book Finder - Oprah.com compared to Glass Castle

The Memory Palace...for my local friends this one will be even more interesting, set in Cleveland Kamms Neighborhood.

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The Memory Palace: A Memoir, Mira Bartók

Brotherhood in Death by J. D. Robb. In this thrilling novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling In Death series, Lieutenant Eve Dallas finds herself in the middle of a conspiracy when she investigates the disappearance of a former U.S. Senator. Just as Dennis Mira is about to confront his cousin Edward about selling the West Village brownstone that belonged to their grandfather, he gets a shock: Edward is in front of him, bruised and bloody...and then everything goes black. When Dennis...