After barely surviving a bad case of medical malpractice, Angela suffers under posttraumatic stress disorder, and is sent to a rehabilitation clinic for psychosomatic illnesses by her health insurer. Against her best judgment and carrying a multitude of preconceived notions about such clinics, Angela arrives and immediately finds her negative prejudices more than confirmed a at least in some ways. After a while, though, she discovers that the doctors and therapists can provide her with valuable assistance with her problems, and she concludes her stay on a note of gratitude for what she learned and experienced. The author, BAcrbel Kiy, treats the subject of her stay in aThe House of Loose Screw Heads or The Lunatic Castle with a Lakeside View with great humor, a healthy dose of hyperbole and just a pinch of scathing sarcasm, but in the final analysis appeals to all potential patients to dive head first into the adventure of a rehabilitation clinic.The room even had a black marblebathroom with a generously proportioned shower stall. ... The most attractive aspect ofahera room, though, was without a doubt the wardrobe. It was an eleven and a half foot long sliding door wardrobe.
|Title||:||The House of Loose Screw Heads|
|Publisher||:||BoD – Books on Demand - 2015-04-14|