Tag Archives: book review

Library Journal Enthusiastically Recommends “Most of Me” Memoir by Robyn Michele Levy

“Some memoirs are heartbreaking and some are hilarious, but very few manage to balance absurdity and honesty as does Most of Me…This memoir is proof of the power of the human spirit. By finding joy in the face of the … Continue reading

Posted in body, books, breast cancer, humor, memoir, Parkinson's disease | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Joined-at-the-lip Neuropsychiatrists Give FIVE STAR REVIEW of “MOST OF ME”

“Synaptic Thriller! Read MOST OF ME - and enter the wicked world of neurotransmitters, Big Pharma & Socialized health care! *****

Posted in Art, health, memoir, Parkinson's disease | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Robyn Michele Levy’s Memoir Most Of Me Receives Glowing Review From Womens’ Story Circle Network

“Her memoir…is simultaneously amusing and poignant. From the first word, the story pulled me in and never let go, and the pages practically turned themselves. But it was a harrowing read, too, because of the subject matter: a serious, life-altering … Continue reading

Posted in books, memoir, women | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Globe & Mail Says Robyn Michele Levy’s Most of Me is the World’s Happiest Misery Memoir

Globe & Mail reviewer Kathleen Byrne says, “I confess I began this book filled with dread and finished it filled with pleasure. Those suffering ill health will find amusement, entertainment, possibly solace, perhaps even a respite; those fortunate enough to … Continue reading

Posted in Art, body, breast cancer, health, humor, Parkinson's disease | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment