When Rabbit Howls

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Berkley Publishing Company, 1990 - Psychology - 370 pages
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"To escape the horror of violent abuse, the two-year-old child "went to sleep" and created the inner world of "the Troops," the 92 voices that shielded her from pain, but that she didn't know existed until adulthood. this is a journey through the fragmented world of the multiple personality—told by the Troop."—Amazon.com.

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User Review  - Marlene-NL - LibraryThing

To be honest it was a very hard book to read. very confusing with all the troops characters. I thought it was a bit weird that the troops were writing this story. I liked Sybil much better but there were parts of this book that were really good. What a sad story. Read full review

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User Review  - ElizabethConard - LibraryThing

Whether or not you believe the metaphsyical theories of Dr. Robert A. Phillips in regards to MPD or DID (dissociate identity disorder), he was in fact able to track down Truddi Chase's half-siblings ... Read full review


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