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Love in the Asylum: A Novel
     

Love in the Asylum: A Novel

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by Lisa Carey
 

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From an author whose work has been called 'haunted and joyous and heartbreaking all at once' (Washington Post Book World) comes an unforgettable novel of two lost souls who find love and salvation against all odds.

Can love save those who believe they are beyond redemption? In and out of a swank north–eastern rehab centre more than a dozen

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Love in the Asylum 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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The book itself was good, and followed the title, but the main charcther keeps going back and reading letters of a past painent, and the past painent is so much like the main charcther it gets a little confusing. You think the letters have to do with something about the main charcther(s) life, but you never know...Also, it was hard to read because when people speak there are no quotes so you have to read allot to understand. Even though all this sounds horrid, the book is great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book has everything; love, insanity, drug problems, history, men's point of view, women's third person, letters, attempted suicide, adoption, secrets, running away and bending/breaking the rules. in a wonderfully written 4-section book, it consists of Oscar's point of view, Alba's story, Mary's letters from 45 years ago, and the patients documents. raw emotion, reality, and lovely storyline keeps you glued to the pages.