Review: Me, Myself, and Why?

09 Sep

Me, Myself, and Why?
Me, Myself, and Why? by MaryJanice Davidson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was different…I’ve read MJD in the past and found her Undead series to be lite and whimsey for the most part (I mean, a Vampire addicted to shoes)…in this new series, she takes on an individual with mental health issues (multiple personalities) who is also a federal agent.

Overall I enjoyed the book (although I listened as an audiobook) and might consider picking up another one in the series in the future. However, this isn’t one that you can listen to or read if you are easily distracted, because some chapters will stop mid-sentence as another of Cadance’s personalities makes an appearance. I’ve never met anyone with MPD, so don’t know if this is how it happens – but I hope not, because I felt sorry for Cadence in some of the situations she found herself in at times.

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Posted by on September 9, 2011 in Book Review


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