When Rabbit Howls

A First-person Account of Multiple Personality, Memory, and Recovery

Truddi Chase - Author

Robert A. Phillips - Introduction by

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ISBN 9780425183311 | 400 pages | 05 Feb 2002 | Berkley | 5.43 x 8.14in | 18 - AND UP
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Truddi Chase began therapy to discover why she suffered from blackouts. What surfaced was terrifying: she was inhabited by 'the Troops'-92 individual personalities. This groundbreaking true story is made all the more extraordinary in that it was written by the Troops themselves. What they reveal is a spellbinding descent into a personal hell-and an ultimate deliverance for the woman they became.

"Fascinating...unusual and very emotionally touching." (Dr. Cornelia Wilbur, the psychiatrist who treated Sybil)

"Extraordinary...A nightmarish story." (The Chicago Tribune)

"Startling...powerful." (The San Francisco Chronicle)

"Horrifying, compelling...extremely disturbing." (Psychology Today)

"Remarkable...alarmingly real and courageous." (Toronto Sun)

"Provocative reading...fascinating." (Library Journal)

"Searing...a truly moving and thought-provoking unplifting and inspiring story of a survivor." (Sojourner: The Women's Forum)

“A fascinating book...unusual and very emotionally touching.” Dr. Cornelia Wilbur, the psychiatrist who treated Sybil

“Perhaps the most extraordinary victim of multiple personalities on record. A nightmarish story the reader cannot easily forget.” The Chicago Tribune

“Horrifying, compelling...a shocking tale...extremely disturbing.” Psychology Today

“An extraordinary story. [When Rabbit Howls] is the reconstruction, through therapy, of the lost life of a woman so...abused by her stepfather that her only defense down the years was to shatter into the fewer than 92 different and autonomous personalities.” The Guardian (London)

“Remarkable...alarmingly real and courageous.” Toronto Sun

“Fascinating, provocative reading.” Library Journal

“The first book authored by a multiple personality...When Rabbit Howls is a document that breaks the silence...a searing indictment of the crime of child sexual abuse...a truly moving and thought-provoking uplifting, inspiring story of a survivor.” Sojourner: The Women’s Forum

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