But Inside I'm Screaming

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MIRA, Sep 25, 2012 - Fiction - 323 pages
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While breaking the hottest news story of the year, broadcast journalist Isabel Murphy falls apart on live television in front of an audience of millions. She lands at Three Breezes, a four-star psychiatric hospital nicknamed the "nut hut," where she begins the painful process of recovering the life everyone thought she had.

But accepting her place among her fellow patients proves difficult, and Isabel struggles to reconcile the fact that she is, indeed, one of them. As she faces the reality that in order to mend her painfully fractured life she must rely solely on herself, she must also accept an imperfect life in a world that demands perfection.


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Insight into private psyc. - Goodreads
The story is OK but the writing is not exceptional. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Sierra W. - Goodreads

3.5 stars. I feel the ending was a little abrupt. I wanted to know how her meeting and seeing Alex went. Read full review

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User Review  - Zoe - Goodreads

After reading the description of this book, I expected something quite tough-going and powerful. Unfortunately, this failed to evoke any emotions from me and I just couldn't warm to the lead character ... Read full review

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Elizabeth Flock is a former journalist who reported for Time and People magazines and worked as an on-air correspondent for CBS before becoming a full-time writer. The New York Times bestselling author of But Inside I'm Screaming, Everything Must Go and Me & Emma--a Book Sense Notable Title and Highlight Pick of the Year--lives in New York City. You can contact Elizabeth through her Web site at www.ElizabethFlock.com.

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