Wake Me When It's Over by Mary Kay Blakely

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When superwoman Mary Kay Blakely goes into a coma and emerges nine days later, she finds revelations about her life, her loves, her work, and her spiritual self. Suffering from extreme stress, this noted writer tells about her life and the fine line between sanity and lunacy in her usual wisecracking style.

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Published July 22, 1989 by Crown. 273 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History. Non-fiction