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    Ms

    I loved this book. Couldn't put it down. As a migraine sufferer this was all so familiar and written in such a way it felt like I was just having a good chinwag with a friend. Absolutely brilliant!
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    Brilliant

    Did not think i was going to like this and did not quite know what to expect . As a bit of a migraine sufferer myself I could relate to it , and actually found it inspirational and funny. Very easy and pleasant read. Only negative, would have liked more. Will definitely read more of this author
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    Engrossing and Hilarious!

    Maia Sepp has written another hilarious book about living life in the real world of horrible bosses, annoying relatives and migraines. Yes, as the title implies, this book involves migraines. A lot of migraines. The author either did her research really well, or she's a sufferer herself, because I found the descriptions of the hell of living with chronic migraines fantastic (if being in hell can be called fantastic). This one is definitely worth a read - you won't be disappointed.
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    Truth in a novel.

    I was very impressed and thankful for this book. As someone with chronic migraines and another chronic pain condition, I found the truth in this novel refreshing. I have really gotten tired of the stories that an easy and miraculous cure for anything. The truth is that many of us won't ever be cured in this life. All we can hope for is a way to live with our chronic conditions. And most if the treatments are unpleasant, difficult, or downright painful themselves. Then there is the sad fact that something that works for others won't work for me. Or may appear to work for a time, and then quit working for no apparent reason or even increase your lain suddenly. Thus is an excellent book for the relatives and friends of chronic pain sufferers to read. It could give you some insight into how chronic pain can affect a person. I particularly found the feelings of failure to be a true part of my life. Also the difficulty asking for help. If you suffer from chronic pain, or know someone who does, this book is a must read. And if you don't, I think you will still find this to be an enjoyable and insightful read that is true to human nature. I want to thank the author for sharing such a good story with us.
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    Migraine Mafia

    Maia found her way way inside my head. :(
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