But let's not talk about my undying faith to you any longer.
If you are a fan of having absolutely no clue what on God's great and somewhat-green Earth is happening to the main character, then this book is for you. I'm serious. This book is a journalist's look back at what she should know the most about - herself. And although generally this might apply to a person, and I'm sure this does apply to Cahalan herself as well, there is a short span of time where it doesn't. Where she wonders if she truly was ever there during that time, and if she wasn't, well, where was she?