The Man Who Mistook Himself For The Messiah: A Memoir
by Bryn Genelle Ditmars
This book, though not without a genuine sense of humour, contains the account of one man's life, before, during, and after severe psychosis. Tragic at times, and nothing short of heroic at other times, the story that is told outlines his experience of schizophrenia, in extensive detail. This memoir gives a voice to those who suffer from the disease, while also educating . . .