Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life
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--Bitch Magazine "Blistering, brash and irreverant... [Moezzi's] courageous postcard from the edge can't come too soon."
--Gina Webb, The Atlanta Journal Constitution
"[W]hipsmart but whimsical...Moezzi's fierce honesty and comic self deprecation bind together winningly."
--Kate Tuttle, The Boston Globe
"[A] defiantly frank memoir."
"At times moving, unsettling, and funny, Moezzi's brash, barely filtered memoir is a fascinating glimpse into a tumultuous mind."
"A captivating autobiographical account of [Moezzi's] struggle with bipolar disorder."
--Brian Mossop, Scientific American MIND
--Teresa Weaver, Atlanta Magazine
"Moezzi is brutally honest...[and] bitingly funny in her narrative."
--Cliff Bellamy, The Herald-Sun
"Iranian-American story with a feminist bipolar twist."
--Tyler Cowen, New York Times Magazine "One-Sentence Book Review"
"[A] must-read autobiography... informative and uplifting."
--Atiya Hasan, Brown Girl Magazine
"A big brain and a big heart inform this courageous and often hilarious memoir."
--Lee Smith, author of The Last Girls "Intelligent, accurate, entertaining, culturally relevant, and a little sassy..."
--New York Journal of Books "Captivating . . . a powerful narrative."