My Book Wishlist

fiction & semi autobiographical
too bright to hear too loud to see – juliann garey
the shock of the fall – nathan filer
the more you ignore – jo brand
the center of winter – marya hornbacher
the best awful – carrie fisher
the silver linings playbook – matthew quick
the good luck of right now – matthew quick
suicide notes – michael thomas ford (YA)
one flew over the cuckoo’s nest – ken kesey
some kind of miracle – iris rainer dart
the museum of intangible things – wendy wunder (YA)
for miriam toews: all my puny sorrows, a complicated kindness, the flying troutmans

non fiction & (auto) biography
wishful drinking – carrie fisher
shockaholic – carrie fisher
the quiet room – lori schiller
madness: a brief history – roy porter
madness (a bipolar life) – marya hornbacher
manic: a memoir – terri cheney
more, now, again: a memoir of addiction – elizabth wurtzel
hyperbole and a half – allie brosh
fall to pieces – mary forsberg weiland
his bright light – danielle steele
the three christs of ypsilanti – milton rokeach
an unquiet mind – dr kay redfield jamison
broadmoor revealed: victorian crime and the lunatic asylum – mark stevens
chapters in the history of the insane in the british isles – daniel hack tuke
beneath the underdog – charles mingus
your voice in my head – emma forrest
the center cannot hold – elyn saks
marbles – ellen Forney
swing low: a life – miriam toews
two years and four months in a lunatic asylum – rev h. chase
rat girl – kristin hersh
the other side of me – sidney sheldon
Electroboy – Andy Behrman
Call me Anna – Patti Duke
A Brilliant Madness – Patti Duke
Scattershot – David Lovelace
To Walk On Eggshells – Jean Johnston
Detour – Lizzie Simon
Dr John Ratey’s A User’s Guide to the Brain
Breakdown: A personal crisis and a medical dilemma’ by Stuart Sutherland
In My Room by Jim Lucey
Psychiatric Tales – Daryl Cunningham


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