Book Review: When Rabbit Howls by Truddi Chasecategories: Book, Nonfiction, Trauma, Multiple Personality Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder
Author: Truddi Chase
Brand: Chase, Truddi
Painfully truthfulI cannot imagine what horrors this child went through. For her mind to create all these different selves to protect the first born is simply amazing. We know so little about the human brain. We know that the story of Sybil was proved to be a hoax, contrived by the therapist. Still, children are abused and it has devastating life long effects. Truddi's story is unique and heart wrenching. I know she did not believe in God but at least now she rests in peace.
As to those who said the manuscripts should have been rearranged to make the story an easy read, "WHAT?" Are you serious? It was written by the Troops, of course it is not told chronologically or with an easy flow. It couldn't possibly be. UGH.
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