Entangled in Darkness
on July 04, 2011
This book starts out with a new high school graduate that is looking forward to starting a life of her own. She is the middle daughter of a not so loving and supportive family. Her younger sister loves her and admires her, a mother that loves her, and a father...that yells and seems indifferent to her. Not to long into her studies, she has a long episode of depression and life spirals down from there. Through her mental illness journey, you learn a lot about the family, their dynamics, and how living with a mental illness can change everything.
I really enjoyed this book, especially because of my connection to healthcare. I recognized her mental illness and enjoyed the authors the detailed description. I thought this book was very thought out and I really enjoyed it.