Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out

Excuse Me My Brains Have Stepped Out Anya Michaels is having the time of her life She has the man of her dreams by her side She has graduated at the top of her class She has the job others were lining up for Between late night drinks at
  • Title: Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out
  • Author: Pandora Poikilos
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  • Page: 280
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  • Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out
    Anya Michaels is having the time of her life She has the man of her dreams by her side She has graduated at the top of her class She has the job others were lining up for Between late night drinks at her favourite bar and fancy dinners at the most expensive restaurants, she has a string of adoring friends.Everything changes when she hears the dreaded words, You are siAnya Michaels is having the time of her life She has the man of her dreams by her side She has graduated at the top of her class She has the job others were lining up for Between late night drinks at her favourite bar and fancy dinners at the most expensive restaurants, she has a string of adoring friends.Everything changes when she hears the dreaded words, You are sick Being diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder, her world starts to fall apart, one piece at a time Now dumped, her four year relationship is nothing but a memory filled with pictures, thoughts and a very broken heart Her job becomes an even further challenge as she tries to hide her condition Her friends suddenly have important things to do, what is a party without a party girl Perfect could not crumble any faster Soon, caught between situations, people and pieces of life that she never dreamed of planning for herself, Anya begins to wonder if her brain condition is all that bad As she absorbs the changes in her life and realization sets in, she begins to wonder if she is the only one saying Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out.
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    Pandora Poikilos has been writing for than 10 years for various media which include newspapers, radio, television and various websites A social media enthusiast who is passionate about blogging and finding her way around the virtual world, she wills away time in the real world by reading, writing and people watching If you had to describe yourself using three words, it would be Damaged goods, Quirky, Loving.You write so much about inspiration, who is the one person who has inspired you the most Steve Jobs, AppleWhat s the ideal dream job for you What I have right now To write.More about Pandora Poikilos Other places we can meet facebook pandorapoikilosgoogle talk pandorapoikilos

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  • After reading the book description, I was expecting this to be a heavy, emotional story about a woman who was diagnosed with a neurological disorder I thought it would follow her through how she was diagnosed, her treatment, and outcome What I got was a series of short diary like entries of a woman filing what felt like complaints about everything from social networking to abuse, but very little about the disease or her experiences through it It was really hard to get into for that reason You kn [...]


  • Anya Michaels story of the changes that happen in the sudden discovery that she is sick with a rare neurological disorder, is a moving, emotional, sometimes sad, often human and compassionate novel It hasn t been edited to a polish and yet it is compelling enough to hold ones attention through the moments when you stumble and have to look again at the text It is written in odd little blocks of poetry and letters and essays that seem as if each one could stand alone, so that at times I just let t [...]


  • I really should have known this book wasn t going to be good when I had figured out the big surprise by page three When I originally downloaded this book I thought I was going to get this really heart wrenching story about a woman dealing with her brain disease Instead, I got a woman giving her condescending thoughts to the world.Really,I didn t have THAT much of a problem with it at first Anya is diagnosed with a brain disease So, she starts writing letters to her dad about all the things she c [...]


  • I have to admit, the beginning of the book seemed to ramble on and on about things that did not connect to the story I found this distracting, I kept trying to figure out when everything was going to come together, but it never did in the way I was expecting The bounce from subject to subject was also a bit random and difficult to follow at points In my opinion there was not much of a story line and I was constantly waiting for one to appear Also, the synopsis I read previous to starting this bo [...]


  • This book, described and promoted as Women s Fiction , reads like a memoir This, together with information given me in a blog interview with the author use the link if you wish to read it stuartaken 2011 0 , leads me to believe it s a fictionalised account of real events It s not uncommon, of course, for writers to present their life stories as fiction and, as often as not, it s done to protect those they grew up with All that said, this novel reads like a life story.It s presented largely as a [...]


  • First and foremost I have to say that the protagonist was endlessly going on about seemingly random stuff that at least I could not connect to her most of the time Secondly, at than one point I was asking myself the question How did she get from her last subject to this one It just didn t make sense to me.It was a series of letters to her father and yes, sometimes one could see that the topic was something that had happened to her in the past but most of the time that wasn t so She was just so [...]


  • Anya finds out that she has a rare brain disorder and her world is suddenly changed She begins writing letters to her dad about her thoughts These thoughts are all across the board as far as subject, but also deal with her feelings about her disorder.This book is written in a similar style to Daddy Long Legs and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society in that the story is told through letters The rest of her style is completely different, but I noticed the similarities Some readers mig [...]


  • Not my cup of tea and not what I was expecting Although I have had some of the same thoughts about people not using their brains for good purposes, I found the chapters to be too much complaining about how other people were living their lives or the injustices that they have done Also, there were several editing errors which I found annoying Guess I thought this book would be about having a brain disorder and how Anya deals with it on a day to day basis I was going to give this one star, but I [...]


  • I m torn on my thoughts about this book I read it in a day, so it s an easy read It kept my attention, but I m not sure why I agree with an earlier reader who said the book didn t at all match the blurb about it I disagree with a previous reader who commented that it had been well edited I found numerous grammatical, punctuation and other errors throughout the book that bothered me but then I do some editing as a side job, so maybe I m just aware of that sort of thing If this is the second edit [...]


  • This book is not quite what you might expect from the description There isn t much of a story line to speak of just a collection of letters from a woman suffering from a rare brain condition to her presumably dead father The letters contain lessons learned and personal experiences with various characters throughout life, illness, surgery and recovery, The only things saving this book from 1 star is that some of the gems she shares are truly pearls of wisdom Bits of wisdom notwithstanding, Poikil [...]


  • Not what I was expecting I was expecting a fictitious cohesive story about a woman struggling with a rare disease and seeing how it affects her and the people around her I wasn t expecting a litany of pseudo philosophical letters to her dad about everything and everyone, but that s what I got Had I been in another mood, I might have enjoyed this book , but as is I didn t really enjoy it I especially didn t like the parts that made me wonder whether I was reading about a character or the author T [...]


  • I got a third of the way through the book and kept wondering when the story would start It had a rambling written letter format that didn t really convey a plot It was mostly cliched phrases and ideas like living life to its fullest and accepting and loving what you have Those are all great themes, but I prefer to have those messages subtly shown through action and change.I liked the summary, and was expecting a tear causing emotional story Unfortunately, what I got was bored and annoyed So I ha [...]


  • I feel like this book isn t nearly as good as it could have been I never really connected with the main character who is telling the story, Anya She is experiencing a rare neurological disease and this book is a series of diary entries The reader gets to learn a great deal about what is bothering Anya, such as social networking, but we never get a close look into what her life is really like while experiencing her illness All in all, I found it to be a quick, mildly interesting story.


  • My Kindle says I made it to 13% before I reached my tolerance for righteous indignation I wonder if the author is exacting literary revenge on people who have wronged her in the past because it seems like this book is a thinly veiled criticism of other people s bad behavior, at least as far as I read I may, however, be jaded since everyone else seems to have liked it.


  • I read this because it was about a woman with a rare disease different than what killed my husband, but similar in how unfamiliar it is to most people I wanted to like the book, but found it dragged on and on There are some good lessons here, but nothing we haven t heard before.




  • For some reason, I just couldn t get into this story The description sounded so promising, but the writing just didn t capture my attention.


  • This book was terrible , it was a complete book of constant complaining ofEverything under the sun and then some


  • I didn t even bother finishing it, the writing was mediocre and the story didn t hold my attention past the second chapter


  • I read about 20% of this book before I gave up and decided not to waste any time on it Very disappointed and bored by it.


  • I liked the beginning, liked the ending but the middle left much to be desired It felt like a diary rather than a story Just not for me I guess.


  • The low rating is simply for the fact that this was not my cup of tea I have friends who would completely disagree with this rating.


  • Not impressed Just cannot get into it Don t like the feel sorry for yourself, everybody using was using her attitude.


  • Didn t even bother to finish it I m sorry the woman was deathly ill, but that doesn t make her a good writer Whine, whine, whine grated on my nerves.


  • I will admit that this was not a favorite book of mine on many levels, but I truly felt it deserved a 4 star rating for several reasons This is a different sort of book than you will probably ever read, and if you don t sit down and truly digest it, you are sure to miss some very important messages within the book.The style in which this story is told is very unique Anya writes all of her thoughts and ideas during this horrific time in her life as letters to her father I will not provide spoiler [...]


  • A passion for reading means that you search the world over for books that heighten the spectrum of emotion, experience, and the human condition You want so badly to be absorbed into a story so raw and so powerful that you re literally just sucked into the tightest spaces between the words Excuse Me, My Brains Have Stepped Out by Pandora Poikilos did that for me Who knew that a title so breezy and humor laden would suck me in so aggressively and unrelentingly And to think I almost didn t read it [...]


  • When I read this book, it wasn t at all what I expected Written in epistolary or journal entry format the reader gets to see Anya s POV on life and the people she encounters Based on the blurb above I was expecting the novel to show me Anya going from a normal, active, social woman to one who is isolated and forgotten once her medical condition becomes public knowledge Instead I am told about the people in Anya s life who either stick by her or take off during her illness.I m not a huge fan of e [...]


  • Product Description Anya Michaels is having the time of her life She has the man of her dreams by her side She has graduated at the top of her class She has the job others were lining up for Between late night drinks at her favourite bar and fancy dinners at the most expensive restaurants, she has a string of adoring friends Everything changes when she hears the dreaded words, You are sick Being diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder, her world starts to fall apart, one piece at a time Now [...]


  • I have mixed feelings about this book Overall, I liked it, but it wasn t really what I was expecting from the blurb, so there was constantly a disconnect there We don t meet Anya until after her diagnosis, and the whole story is told in a series of letters about her past written to her father Each of these vignettes focus on a different subject, friendship, trust, embracing life This could have been a negative depressing book, but it was upbeat and positive for the most part My favorite line is, [...]


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