Get Me Out of Here

January 12, 2014 at 9:24 pm (Reviews) (, , , , , , )

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Title: Get Me Out of Here

Author: Rachel Reiland

Genre: Memoir/ Psychology

Length: 447 pages

There was no hope for this book – it is so fascinating and so full of raw heart and soul of a person and her mental illness – my copy is obliterated with underlines and notes in margins. I read all 447 pages in less than a 12 hour period, without shirking my life responsibilities, and gave it a five star rating. I recommend it to anyone trying to understand the inner workings of a mentally ill brain.

“One of the saddest facts isn’t that there is still a child within you but that you’re so ashamed of that child.  What’s even sadder is that you have always been ashamed of that child, even when you were one.” – pg. 141

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