We are delighted to offer Emily’s Voices by Emily Knoll (2017) for review. Expressions of interest are welcome from voice-hearers and the friends, families and professionals who support them, as well as from academic researchers with an interest in hearing voices and other unusual experiences.
This memoir tells Emily’s story of her struggle with hearing voices and her journey through the mental health system. Emily’s voices are distressing, but her therapist and close friends help her to challenge the voices, and to confront some of the self-stigma which she feels about being a voice-hearer. Emily must find a way of accepting that she hears voices, or she can’t be in the world. It’s a confrontation that takes all of her new-found strength and resolve.
If you would like to review Emily’s Voices (no more than 1,000 words in length), then please email Victoria Patton with a short explanation of why you are well placed to review the book.
Reviewers will receive a free copy of Emily’s Voices.
Emily’s Voices is available to purchase on Amazon here.