Sounds Like Crazy

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Penguin, Oct 6, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Learn why Holly Miller has five people living inside her head in this “remarkable debut novel.”(Kemble Scott, author of SoMa)

Though she doesn’t remember the trauma that caused it, Holly Miller has Dissociative Identity Disorder. Her personality has fractured into five different identities, together known as The Committee. And as much as they make Holly’s life hell, she can’t live without them.

Then one of those identities, the flirtatious, southern Betty Jane, lands Holly a voiceover job. Betty Jane wants nothing more than to be in the spotlight. The rest of The Committee wants Betty Jane to shut up. Holly’s therapist wants to get to the bottom of her broken psyche. And Holly? She’s just along for the ride…

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User Review  - jewelknits - LibraryThing

I like Holly. She has to be one of my most favorite characters of the year. With her practical and often irreverent take on "The Committee" (the people in the apartment inside of her mind), she's ... Read full review

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User Review  - celticlady53 - LibraryThing

Holly Miller is a woman in her late twenties with multiple personalities or as Holly describes it, voices in her head and she calls them the Committee which consists of five distinctive personalities ... Read full review

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