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User Review  - GrlIntrrptdRdng - LibraryThing

It’s no secret I like memoirs by people who have mental illness, but The Quiet Room goes deep. Lori Schiller is schizophrenia and manic depression (bi-polar) and the way she is able to write about her ... Read full review

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User Review  - catfantastic - LibraryThing

A very well-written and chilling account of a woman's experiences with schizophrenia. Lori Schiller first began hearing voices ("the Voices") yelling at her, telling her "to Die! to Die!" and calling ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kayla-Marie - LibraryThing

Schizophrenia is such an unusual illness and difficult to understand. This was an interesting look into the mind of schizophrenic. It began at the very start of her break down up through the present ... Read full review

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User Review  - JanaRose1 - LibraryThing

While spending the summer as a camp counselor at the age of 17, Lori began hearing the Voices. They repeatedly told her she was worthless, everyone hated her, and told her to die. She tried to hide ... Read full review

Engrossing

User Review  - jewels4all - Overstock.com

Fantastic book! It really takes you into the mind of a person suffering from psychosis and explains through first person what family doctors and patient are all feeling and thinking. I found the way ... Read full review

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User Review  - kris1990 - LibraryThing

This wonderful book shows the life of a woman with mental health and her daily struggles to do absolutely anything. It documents her satys in different mental institutions as well as her ever present ... Read full review

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User Review  - danielaridley - LibraryThing

This is an awesome journey through the world of Schizophrenia. Lori Shiller allows you access to her worst torments, deepest denials, biggest failures, and a climatic achievement. If you want to ... Read full review

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User Review  - leahhenderson - LibraryThing

An excellently presented look into the true life events of a young woman suffering from mental illness. Her day-to-day life and her struggles to live at all are documented. Her many stays in mental ... Read full review

Quiet Room

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

When Schiller was 17, her life was taken over by "voices" that she heard as clearly as she would hear a telephone or a doorbell. The voices changed her life from the ideal American Dream experience to ... Read full review

Excellent read

User Review  - yolie1220 - Overstock.com

Great firsthand account of a womans experience with schizophrenia. You can feel her torment and agst when she is placed in the Quiet Room. Read full review


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