I'm overwhelmed. Seriously.
A sweeter, less caustic version of One Flew Over the
Cuckoo’s Nest, the Nut Hut by Kathleen Taylor is the story of
attendant Becky Decker’s first week in a mental institution
during the early 1970’s. Still, the story retains a bite. The
prose is velvety smooth, and the sharp characterizations
make for a fast, unputdownable read. I recommend it highly,
if only to remind those of us who are not impaired how
blessed we really are.
Libby Fischer Hellmann, author of A BITTER VEIL