Count All This
by P. C. Fergusson
Publisher: Four Sisters Publishing 2008
Number of pages: 276
Eddy's struggle with schizophrenia begins in a men's bathroom at a local junior college and carries him to the deepest recesses of the human mind. In the midst of his descent, Jo is diagnosed with breast cancer. Count All This is a story of love, madness, death, family loyalty and the primal bond between mothers and sons. Set in the frightening landscape of mental illness and physical disease, Count All This is a story of survival.
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