Rescuing Patty Hearst
Growing Up Sane in a Decade Gone Mad
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What sets this book apart, the Hartford Courant observed, is Virginia's voice...brave, smart, tough. Reviewers nationwide have praised Holman's riveting, endearing, and wryly humorous story of a young girl caught in the whirlwind of madness -- a girl who chooses a brainwashed heiress as her role model. Holman's memoir vividly and brilliantly evokes the interior worlds of the sane and the insane and the delicate membrane in between. An essential exploration of identity, captivity, and love, Rescuing Patty Hearst will inspire readers' faith in the resilience of one family's spirit to survive and thrive even in the direst of circumstances.
Praise For Rescuing Patty Hearst: Growing Up Sane in a Decade Gone Mad…
Pat Conroy One of the best books about schizophrenia I have ever read. Virginia Holman has delivered a gift to the world of letters and to the literature of mental illness.
USA Today Electrifying, like lightning in a Mason jar.
People Holman...infuses her nightmarish past with compassion and insight....Bottom line: Captivating.
Glamour Holman's passionate book is a fierce testament to the power of love.
Simon & Schuster, 9780743255493, 256pp.
Publication Date: March 5, 2004