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Having lived in Montreal during the time when Margaret Sinclair married then Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau; her book brought back many memories of her public life when she was such a young bride and mother. I found her book to be very engaging, well written and hard to put down. Kudos to Margaret Trudeau for helping raise much more awareness and knowledge about brain illnesses, especially her condition, by revealing so much about herself and her journey to a place of wellness. I highly recommend this book to people interested in Margaret Trudeau's extraordinary life to the date of publication (2010), Canadian history and politics and/or brain illnesses and recoveries.
More interesting than I thought it would be. Her behavior was always a curiosity, and here I got to read about what was going on. It must have been so hard to be sick while in the spotlight. I also got a better look at Prime Minister Trudeau, who seemed so glamorous at the time, like a JFK - type figure.
Some of the net resting insights into mental illness, especially the havoc it wreaks on family life. Too much repetition and circling back over her story. I also found the chronology of events confusing and disorganized