DARKNESS VISIBLE, by William Styron.
I read this "Memoir of Madness" in just a couple hours. Read more
For a wise and eloquent description of major depression and recovery, here you go. The book packs more insight into its few pages than all the tomes combined.Published 1 day ago by Kenneth Sullivan
Very short book. Bill is a good writer, but this is basically just an article, not a full book.Published 2 days ago by Jaybird
Brilliant. And recommended for those with troubled relatives, family members, loved ones or friends. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Gerry Robinson
Does a fair job of describing how depression feels. Falls a little short.Published 16 days ago by Thomas Earl Cheshire
Styron is a great writer. This is a wonderful piece of writing; a moving and candid insight into the Black Dog.Published 17 days ago by Professor Cassandra Pybus
Insight into the mind of a literal genius. Styron had the ability to delve into his own psyche. Unfortunately, this insight was unable to bring him the happiness and peace of... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Suzanne Labonte