Patient: Crew

Patient Crew A cryptic and fantastical adventure told from the point of view of Shanna a farm girl from Sunny TX Her life has been consumed by seven voices They control her mind and body and she can assuage them

  • Title: Patient: Crew
  • Author: Hannah Kaplan
  • ISBN: 9780692408865
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback
  • A cryptic and fantastical adventure told from the point of view of Shanna, a farm girl from Sunny, TX Her life has been consumed by seven voices They control her mind and body and she can assuage them only by writing, using her ambidextrous skills, their quips Born into scandal in the heart of a West Texas community, Shanna is forced to leave home at an early age Her tA cryptic and fantastical adventure told from the point of view of Shanna, a farm girl from Sunny, TX Her life has been consumed by seven voices They control her mind and body and she can assuage them only by writing, using her ambidextrous skills, their quips Born into scandal in the heart of a West Texas community, Shanna is forced to leave home at an early age Her therapist s tell all book launches a manhunt and Shanna is forced to flee again, but a psychopath who wants the crew of voices for his own has other plans A compelling tale of loyalty, promises and truth.

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    1. A psychic adventure book one.This book was sad and exciting at the same time. The heroine is a young girl who becomes a writer using both hands at the same time. She can do this because she is able to use both hands doing everything.I was not happy with the ending but hope she Him and Mani meet again in another of this series.

    2. 'Patient: Crew' was not at all what I was expecting. But then again, I really wasn't sure what to expect. Actually, I just decided I would give it a shot, knowing I was going in blind. I am so glad I did. What. A. Ride. The story line was incredibly brilliant. I loved the premise of what 'The Crew' stood for. Shanna was a brave woman. I loved her strong will, her stubbornness when it came to giving up and her ability to move ahead even though the odds were against her. Jima was hilarious. I abso [...]

    3. I really loved this book. The subject was fantastic. The ending wasn't what I expected but it was still an excellent book.

    4. Original, eerie, and thrilling story of a farm girl name Shanna, born in a long line of schizophrenic women, shunned, debilitated and ultimately destroyed by their disorders. But when the voices come to Shanna when she turns 17, is she headed for the same demise as her ancestors? And are things really even as they seem?This is an original paranormal story with highly endearing and loveable characters throughout, with a few haunting twists along the way. The writing style was excellent and the ch [...]

    5. This was a fresh nice read from the ordinary. Once I started I couldn't put it down. Although it is fiction it touches base with schizophrenia. Young Shanna trys to escape the voices that are coming out of her mind when she come across a doctor who suggest she writes down all her voices. The voices than take on a mind of their own while consuming Shanna's hands to write their thoughts and stories and leaving her at peace. But after her doctor writes a book and gets called out to live tvquoting w [...]

    6. An exciting storyI love a story that introduces a new subject to an overdone genre. I enjoyed this book. Very few typos aso helped.

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