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In this powerful and provocative new memoir award winning author Lauren Slater forces readers to redraw the boundary between what we know as fact and what we believe through the creation of our own personal fictions Mixing memoir with mendacity Slater examines memories of her youth when after being diagnosed with a strange illness she developed seizures and neurological disturbances—and the compulsion to lie Openly questioning the reliability of memoir itself Slater presents the mesmerizing story of a young woman who discovers not only what plagues her but also what cures her—the birth of her sensuality her creativity as an artist and storytelling as an act of healing


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    I absolutely hated this book But I might be lying when I say I hated this book Because sometimes a lie is true and sometimes a lie is just a flat out lie Sometimes a lie is liminal and sneaky a covert sort of veracity a very Heideggerian truth a Stephen Colbert truthiness sort of truth It is a parlor trick predicated on a delicate tissue of confabulations and exaggerations Oh and did I mention the fact that I am a former supermodel? This may or may not be true But I feel as if I may have been a supermodel so in a larger metaphorical sense I very well may have been a supermodel There you go