The former “Freelance” columnist for the Times Literary Supplement tells the extraordinary story of the summer his teenage daughter descended into psychosis. “They stole my words,” she tells her father, and in supplying his own to treat her — and his own — affliction, Greenberg has written a haunting book. Now in paperback. Read our review.
About the Writer
Now Editor-in-Chief of the Barnes & Noble Review, veteran bookseller James Mustich was a founder, and for twenty years publisher, of the book catalogue A Common Reader.