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I just checked this book out of my local library and read the entire thing in one sitting!
The artwork in this book reads very easily and clearly, and provides an excellent introduction to graphic novels for readers who are not very familiar with the medium.
As a mental health professional myself, I found the book to be a very helpful educational tool.
For someone who is curious about mental illness especially during a time where awareness is crucial to understand now more than ever, this book gave me a short but insightful look... Read morePublished 21 days ago by G. Garcia
Mr. Cunningham knocks it out of the park with this powerful, useful, accessible series of graphic stories. Read morePublished 27 days ago by JanJT
Interesting and approachable way to tell a very difficult story!Published 1 month ago by Aunt Shell
As with How to Fake a Moon Landing, Cunningham's book on psychiatric illnesses is not designed to be a detailed, in-depth tome, covering everything you could possibly want to know... Read morePublished 7 months ago by A D BRASH
Great! This comic does a good job of tearing down the stigma around mental illnesses. I would recommend it to everyone.Published 11 months ago by christina
I was excited to get this comic because there needs to be more openness about mental health issues. I suppose I was disappointed because it wasn't really anything that I didn't... Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. Owatari
I never leave reviews on Amazon, but this book was such a disappointment that I had to leave one.
The art is basic, unimaginative, and adds practically nothing to the... Read more
The information in the book was useful but it was in an illustrated, comic book format. Just want others to be aware before spending their money as it limits the amount of info... Read morePublished on August 14, 2012 by bOBBIE LARSEN
A very good but very VERY quick read. This book does a great job of giving a brief synopsis of symptoms of each psychiatric illness as well as a compassionate look at its effects... Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by K. Blankenship