Way Out: A True Account of Schizophrenia

Way Out: A True Account of Schizophrenia

By Arthur Thomas Morton

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5.9 hours

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Book format. Too narrow.
You're homeless, living on the street, fighting to keep body and soul intact. Not so long ago, you were successful, competent, and liked, and your future was assured. But the unimaginable happens. Aliens begin watching you through their super-evolved technology. No one is aware of them except you. Then they begin speaking to you. After that, things get crazy. Approximately one in a hundred...

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Date posted to ACX:
 Oct 12 2016
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Published by:
 Pen L Publishing
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Amazon rating:
4.3 (6 ratings)

Comments from the Rights Holder:

 I am open to different takes on this text.

 I almost selected the 'excellent comic timing' and 'articulate' criteria in choosing the preferred mode of reading. 

Tell it like a hobo tale, maybe.

It is a biography. It is a case history of mental illness, written by an intimate confidante of the afflicted.

It is a road trip. A little less madcap that On the Road and a little less drug-addled than Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. 

It is a true story. A reviewer called it unflinching. Can you read unflinchingly about being suicidal and about buying pot from teens outside a public library?