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'Adam moves from these full-blown cases to more commonplace obsessions with ease, while his smooth prose ensures an enjoyable read. Not neglecting the darker nature of obsession, Adam manages to end on a note more hopeful than harrowing' - Publishers Weekly
'Starred Review. Riveting, at times disturbing, but always enlightening.. Adam clearly shows both the devastating impact our thoughts can have when they turn against us, and how science is helping us fight back.' - Booklist
'Starred Review. An engrossing first-person study of obsessive-compulsive disorder from within and without.. Well-researched, witty, honest and irreverent, Adam's account proves as irresistible as his subject.' - Kirkus Reviews
'[A] fascinating study of the living nightmare that is obsessive compulsive disorder.. [David Adam] has written one of the best and most readable studies of a mental illness to have emerged in recent years.. An honest and open and, yes, maybe life-changing work.' - The Observer (UK)
'A clear-sighted and eminently accessible account.. The Man Who Couldn't Stop is a fundamentally important book.' - The Sunday Times (UK)
'[An] engaging, exhaustively researched neuro memoir, a blend of brain science and personal history.' - Evening Standard (UK)
The $64 tomato pdf free download. 'A captivating first-person account of how a blizzard of unwanted thoughts can become a personal nightmare. At times shocking, at times tragic, at times unbelievably funny, it is a wonderful read.' - BBC Focus (UK)
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