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Marilyn has never been a normal teenager. After a suicide attempt lands her in the hospital with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, the other patients sense her psychic abilities and ask her to join their late-night society. As Marilyn intuits their past lives, a chilling pattern emerges. Have the members of the Table shared previous incarnations? In this mind-bending psychologi Marilyn has never been a normal teenager. After a suicide attempt lands her in the hospital with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, the other patients sense her psychic abilities and ask her to join their late-night society. As Marilyn intuits their past lives, a chilling pattern emerges. Have the members of the Table shared previous incarnations? In this mind-bending psychological novel, nothing is at is appears to be.


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Marilyn has never been a normal teenager. After a suicide attempt lands her in the hospital with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, the other patients sense her psychic abilities and ask her to join their late-night society. As Marilyn intuits their past lives, a chilling pattern emerges. Have the members of the Table shared previous incarnations? In this mind-bending psychologi Marilyn has never been a normal teenager. After a suicide attempt lands her in the hospital with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, the other patients sense her psychic abilities and ask her to join their late-night society. As Marilyn intuits their past lives, a chilling pattern emerges. Have the members of the Table shared previous incarnations? In this mind-bending psychological novel, nothing is at is appears to be.

34 review for Unraveled

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Peterson

    Unraveled: Her Reality Is Surreality is the latest book by Meg Kimball.  It's young adult fantasy fiction, which is definitely breaking out of my usual genre box. The book opens in 16th century France with a pregnant young woman being assaulted by her mother.  The book then shifts to the "here and now", where we meet 16-year-old Marilyn, who is in the emergency room after overdosing on pills.  She is then transferred to an adolescent inpatient psychiatry unit and diagnosed with schizophreniform d Unraveled: Her Reality Is Surreality is the latest book by Meg Kimball.  It's young adult fantasy fiction, which is definitely breaking out of my usual genre box. The book opens in 16th century France with a pregnant young woman being assaulted by her mother.  The book then shifts to the "here and now", where we meet 16-year-old Marilyn, who is in the emergency room after overdosing on pills.  She is then transferred to an adolescent inpatient psychiatry unit and diagnosed with schizophreniform disorder.  Much of the story is set on the inpatient unit, although the shifts between different time periods and settings continue throughout the book and form an important part of the story. The staff on the unit represent some of the unhelpful types that can unfortunately be found all too often in mental health care, seen through the lens of a teenage girl who tells it like she sees it. Marilyn can be delightfully awkward, coming out with lines like "Let me be your toilet paper." On the inpatient unit, Marilyn becomes friendly with several other co-patients.  As the book continues, it becomes clear that none of the characters are what they originally seem.  There is unexpected twist at the end that leaves the reader wondering what was real and what wasn't. The book is very visually descriptive, and I had to laugh at the mention of Marilyn's chestnut hair, as pretty much any story I wrote when I was a kid was graced by chestnut hair.  The descriptive detail helps to really bring the characters to life. Parts of the book are more comical, while deeper issues like parent-child abuse are also tackled.  The lead character is quirky in a likeable way, and the book makes for a very interesting read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Csimplot Simplot

    Excellent book!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Becca Smith

    Great YA book. Loved the story and characters. Highly recommend!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Cheresnick

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    Carol

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    Stacee Sawyer

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    Dont Bother

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    Meg Kimball

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    Amanda Hagerty

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    Christi Massey

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    Lydia Wallace

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    Jaclyn Chapman

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    AC

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    Michele

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    Nate Wright

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    Christine Eckstein

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    Dannon Hewitt

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    Zach Yancey

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    Emily Lynne

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    Deborah Gerhart

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    Mary Simmons

  32. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Senteney

  33. 4 out of 5

    Pam

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