The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

Find in catalogThe American classic chronicles the slow decent into madness of a talented young lady in way that is both frightening and captivating. It’s different than I expected, less shock and awe, less out of a horror movie, but it felt real and that was perhaps the more terrifying aspect about the book: it’s possibility.

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