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The Other Side of the Window

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
What would you do if you knew something critical, but no one would believe you and time was running out?

In The Other Side of the Window, Savannah Bloom, an ambitious, small-town reporter on the verge of a big city career, is terrified to discover that someone not only knows her every move, but knows every detail right down to what she's wearing -- and he's telling them to
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Published May 27th 2011
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I will begin by saying I was half-way terrorized out of my mind while reading this novel. If you have OCD tendencies like I do, this is going to be a really hardcore read, let me tell you that.

Chloe Bierge‘s writing is absolutely riveting; building her world around you, Savannah is going to become part of you after the first couple of pages; she’ll be that scared, struggling, terrified part of you, and you’ll live her roller-coaster of a life, it won’t much feel like reading, but like living it
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Jul 07, 2011 Amanda Alberson rated it it was amazing
Imagine waking up one day and feeling like a stranger had taken over your brain. Forcing you to do things you know make you look crazy. Imagine how that would alter your life and how others looked at you. How would you cope? Who would you tell? Imagine if no one believed you.
Savannah Bloom lives an idyllic life in the small town of Saddlebrook. Working as a journalist in a town where nothing is out of the ordinary she writes human interest pieces on the quiet towns folk.
Until the day she become
Jun 30, 2011 Sharon rated it it was amazing
Chloe Bierge's "The Other Side of the Window" is just the kind of book that we need today. It's the story of newspaper reporter Savannah Bloom, whose life is slowly taken over by obsessive-compulsive disorder. In her desperation to find a cure, Savvy is willing to try even the most hare-brained treatments recommended -- to her own detriment.

Bierge's book is well-researched, including the most up-to-date pharmaceutical research on treatments for depression, OCD and other mental illnesses -- and t
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