Book Reviews: When Clowns Cry by Frank Wraycategories: Book, Inspirational Books, Christianity, Clowns, Circus, Nursing, Bipolar Disorder, Medical Misdiagnosis
When Clowns Cry is So Well WrittenI love this non-fiction book, it is very well written and is a beautiful love story to boot. This is one for all to enjoy, a true story with a plot. [by Dr. Robert Kanoff]
When Clowns Cry Is A Real Page Turner & Such A Beautiful Love Story As Well. It Has It All.ALARMING! This is surely a most powerful book abut the many mistakes of the U.S. health system and tells the reader how things are covered up at times. But most importantly this book gives a detailed account of one man's extreme courage to survive such an ordeal. This is one book that cannot be put down and makes the reader realise this trauma can happen to any loved one. Finally, the book has to be special because I have just found it to be listed at the OXFORD library. [by Dr. William Gosmer]
CaptivatingThis is a great one. These books do not come along everyday. Rewarding - I will read it again. I would love to meet this person or to see him on a TV talk show. This happens in our country and for some unknown reason the topic is shut up. How sad! And this misdiagnosis happens in a country where things are supposed to happen correctly. And today in this century. WOW! Where have we gone wrong? God help us.
Amazing BookI read Mr. Wray's book and was impressed that someone could go through what Frank did and come out with his attitude so positive. This is a very interesting book. Almost unbelievable. [by Iris Crockett]
Finally, a Book With a PlotThis read keeps one on the edge of a chair and so well written. This true story in one of tremendous courage and survival against all odds and this non-fiction happened in the USA with its excellent medical technology. Yes, things sure happen and WHEN CLOWNS CRY should surely be made into a film and can surely be so helpful to so many people. No one should miss this great read! [by Franklin Webb]
A True Romantic Love Story of Extreme CourageNever before has such a story been written and by an American-German author. Now one speaks for many individuals not able to speak for themselves as this read shows the reader how a medical misdiagnoses traumatized an innocent person and committed to several mental institutions and all along it was a physical ailment. How sad. In a country with state of the art medical technology. ONE THAT FLEW OVER THE COOKOO'S NEST, HAS NOTHING ON THIS BOOK. This is the real thing! It could happen to your loved one!
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