Carol Piner starts her book, Evidence of Insanity, with a fight in the kitchen between her Mama and Daddy. Carol describes the children, the youngest Callie, who are all excited about the fight as being, "like good dogs, mouths drolling, tails wagging in anticipation". Her depiction of this hilarious kitchen scene is classic. Not for one moment do you feel like it was violence to her. To her, it was was much fun as she could have as she wriggled around on the floor screaming, "Git him, Mama, git him."
The pace never slows. Carol is a story teller and her story is told in a coherent, chronological way. Going from story to story you realise it is true when she calls herself a chaos magnet. Absolutely no one has ever lived the kind of extraordinary life she did and not come out feeling like a victim.
Not with Callie. She laughs and chortles where the rest of us would fall down and bawl. With the uncanny ability to bounce back like she was on a trampoline, she takes us up and down with her like we were her personal basketball's; laughing and crying all the way.
Climb on board the Evidence of Insanity train. Believe me, you won't be alone and you will enjoy the "wild ride". Even as a virtual unknown, 5 star reviews are popping up on Amazon.com. People as far away as Egypt love this book.
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