Get a Life, Chloe Brown – Talia Hibbert

QOTD – Any book about disease that has made you cry?

Chronic pain!! It is a type of disease that can happen to a person without any reason. Moreover, it can cause moderate to severe pain at any time of the day. The severe pain can be so severe that the person might faint because of it. In such a situation, how can a person find a life or for that matter say love life or friends? 

Chloe Brown is one of such people who is suffering from a problem of Chronic pain. Her life is unpredictable as she cannot work or have a permanent life because the shooting pain can ruin it at any moment. She tries to get her life back on track by making lists and following them religiously. However, she needs a partner who understands her and shares her pain instead of having pity on her all the time. The partner is also suffering from mental abuse and trust issues. The writing of the author is vivid about the pain and the signs of mental abuse. The story covers the journey of the growth of the characters from being doubtful and independent to being in-love and trustable.

5 thoughts on “Get a Life, Chloe Brown – Talia Hibbert

  1. I like the sound of this book from your review. I haven’t read any books about chronic pain before and it really sounds like it affects a person’s life so much. I like when books talk about subjects that are not often talked about in most other books. It helps open our minds and see things from new perspectives to understand each other better.

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  2. Thanks for your review. I don’t think I want to read anything to do with pain at this time. Books like this helps us with different views.

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  3. This author is very much new to me. I didn’t hear about this author before. I have also never read book on this author. It will be a new experience for me with this author. I am damn sure I will enjoy it. 😊

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  4. I still haven’t read any book by this author… the review is short and to the point.. I think I’ll pick this up soon

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