Hollywood studio executive Greyson Todd's mind never quiets, his
heart is never full, and he is forever in a state of emotional
turbulence. He has surrendered to his emotionally chaotic life and
has resolved to leave his wife and young daughter. One night he goes
into the backyard to pick up after the dog and never returns.
Greyson travels the
world giving in to his every desire. In the confines of his
manic-depressive brain, he is always floating somewhere between
living on the edge or hardly living at all. He manages to make it
ten exciting years before landing himself in a New York psychiatric
ward where he suffers through electroshock therapy and drugs that
bleed him dry of feeling or emotion.
Too Bright to Hear Too Loud to See is
a rollercoaster of breathless excitement and dark emotional pain.
This addicting story weaves in and out of four timelines:
Greyson's childhood with his emotionally disturbed father, the
tumultuous relationship with his wife and daughter, his time in the
New York psychiatric ward, and his reckless travel around the world.
This book is both hilarious and
heartbreaking, You will laugh and you will cry throughout this
page-turning whirlwind. I read nonstop through the last heartrending