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Multiple Choice by Janet Tashjian
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Aug 17, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: ya-novels

As a clinical psychologist for over 31 years, I could easily relate to Monica's suffering. Driven to desperation by her obsessive-compulsive disorder. she invents a game she calls "Multiple Choice" which she hopes will free her from her obsessive thinking and behavior, but the game itself becomes an obsession and only ends up complicating her life even more.

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