“Disturbing, subversive, and strangely fun.” — Gina Frangello
“A gripping read for anyone who loves masterful prose and provocative questions about gender, bodies, minds, and love.” –Eileen Pollack
How long can you pretend to be someone else before you lose yourself?
This poignant debut a novel about folie à deux, or shared psychosis, in which Jane Fields follows her brother into the bewildering landscape of mental illness with the hope that she can save him. But it soon becomes a question of how long she can survive there before she loses perspective of her own life.