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  • Title: Bubblegum Psychology
  • Author: Heidi Kice
  • ISBN: 9780982995501
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brenna Goldsmith was a person who generally kept her thoughts to herself When she is caught with arson on her hands, she is sent to a local sanatorium where she finds she has the opportunity to say whatever she wants She is sent from doctor to doctor, feeding them fake stories and finding just the right thing to get them upset enough to transfer her That is, until Dr CBrenna Goldsmith was a person who generally kept her thoughts to herself When she is caught with arson on her hands, she is sent to a local sanatorium where she finds she has the opportunity to say whatever she wants She is sent from doctor to doctor, feeding them fake stories and finding just the right thing to get them upset enough to transfer her That is, until Dr Cannon Though Dr Cannon doesn t seem anything special, he can always tell when Brenna is lying, and abruptly brings their psychology sessions to an end if she does Interested by this, the girl starts telling the truth, unbelievable as it seems.
    Bubblegum Psychology Brenna Goldsmith was a person who generally kept her thoughts to herself When she is caught with arson on her hands she is sent to a local sanatorium where she finds she has the opportunity to say wh

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    1. Funny and at times hilarious, with interesting characters and an engrossing storyline The setting was never clearly established, starting to slide into a sort of Uncanny Valley of literature where it doesn t quite take itself seriously, doesn t quite take place on Earth and is almost somewhere in the not too distant past The art, and the occasional fourth wall breaking factoid or diagram, pushes the boundary of a formula book in a laudable but not terribly well done way.All in all, Bubblegum Psy [...]

    2. This book is amazing It has officially become one of my favorite books The characters were fresh and intriguing The author without getting too morbid wrote about life for the mentally ill in a way that made me view them in a way that I had never even considered Three words to describe this book would be raw, distinctive, and humorous.

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