This book is about a young woman called Isabella who is born with Schizophrenic Disorder, a mental illness that makes it hard for her to do things. Despite her conditions, she tries to live a normal life with a husband, a child, and a family. However, she fails over and over and ends up in the hospital time and time again. Later on, Isabella finds out that her husband is cheating on her with her best friend and that her friend is hindering her from getting well.
This sad story is about love and betrayal. A story that also talks about what people actually do if mental illness is not treated. The story ends with a twist that could make it go on.
Paulina Banardi, a native of Georgia, is a full-time behavior analyst in North Carolina. She had the good fortune to work at a group home for the mentally challenged in the past. She has written several self-published books, including The Trade and Blood Roses, and is now working on a sequel to Whisper.
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