ℙ𝕚𝕖𝕔𝕖𝕤 𝕠𝕗 𝕄𝕖
In Pieces of Me, an eighteen-year-old girl named Dylan suffers from blackouts. When she wakes up and realizes she can’t remember three days of her life, she scares herself and her family more than ever before.
With the help of her family, friends, and a new doctor, Dylan learns she has multiple personalities. Now she must figure out what caused her mind to split. What horrible thing happened to her as a child? As her personalities work up to remembering that event, she starts learning how to live with multiple personalities.
How could multiple personalities not be interesting? Pieces of Me is a story you won’t soon forget. The personalities make for a smorgasbord of characters who are all there to protect Dylan. Her family, friends, and love interest are behind her all the way. They really are an amazing group of people.
The author researched this topic well. I can’t say as I know anyone with this issue, but the story is undoubtedly intriguing and different from the typical book. It delves into hidden memories, abuse, and how those things can affect lives. These could be triggers for some, so use caution.
I ploughed through this book pretty quickly. It grabbed my interest from the get go. Even when you think you have a good understanding of what is going on, new things pop up. I feel like I received an education while reading fiction, because I did. It is obvious the author made this story as valid as possible. I can’t imagine dealing with multiple personalities as the one with it or the people in that person’s life.
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