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Over the Edge Torn From The Front Lines Of Medical Debate And The Author S Own Experience With Lyme Disease, Over The Edge Is Riveting Fiction, Full Of Twists And Turns And Powerful Truths About Today S Medical Field Janessa McNeil S Husband, Dr Brock McNeil, A Researcher And Professor At Stanford University S Department Of Medicine, Specializes In Tick Borne Diseases Especially Lyme For Years He Has Insisted That Chronic Lyme Disease Doesn T Exist Even As Patients Across The Country Are Getting Sicker, The Committee Brock Chairs Is About To Announce Its Latest Findings Which Will Further Seal The Door Shut For Lyme Treatment One Embittered Man Sets Out To Prove Dr McNeil Wrong By Giving Him A Close Up View Of The Very Disease He Denies The Man Infects Janessa With Lyme, Then States His Demand Convince Her Husband To Publicly Reverse His Stand On Lyme Or Their Young Daughter Will Be Next But Janessa S Marriage Is Already Rocky She S So Sick She Can Hardly Move Or Think And Her Husband Denies She Has Lyme At All Welcome To The Lyme Wars, Janessa.


10 thoughts on “Over the Edge

  1. says:

    Brandilyn Collins is a new author I have discovered recently and she has definitely creeped into my favorite s list This is the second book I ve read of hers and Over the Edge was a fantastic read I loved the suspense and thrilling storyline This book was so hard to put down some nights and I lost some sleep, but it was worth it Jannie, or Janessa, the main character in this book, is a sufferer of Lyme disease I never knew much about the disease until I read this book and let me tell you I Brandilyn Collins is a new author I have discovered r...


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    Seatbelt Suspense Don t Forget to Breathe the tagline ain t a joke folks I think I lost air several times while reading this book.I have never come into contact with Lyme disease, but I had heard of it prior to reading the novel From the very beginning, this book gave me the strongest premonition I had contracted the disease The author lived through this disease, she knows she is talking about and it shows on the page Not only was the writing vivid, it was paired with a mystery that left Seatbelt Suspense Don t Forget to Breathe the tagline ain t a joke folks I think I lost air several times while reading this book.I have never come into contact with Lyme disease, but I had heard of it prior to reading the novel From the very beginning, this book gave me the strongest premonition I had contracted the disease The author lived through this disease, she knows she is talking about and it shows on the page Not only was the writing vivid, it was paired with a mystery that left me short of breath on several occasions.I always know what I m reading a ...


  3. says:

    This book started out with a horrible scenario imagine while you were sleeping someone comes into your house, walks past your daughter s bedroom and enters your bedroom He then places Lyme infected ticks in your hair without you even knowing he had been there that s what happened to Janessa McNeil Over The Edge opened my eyes to Lyme disease I knew little to nothing about Lyme disease and what people who have it go through before reading this book I have read most of Brandilyn Collins This book started out with a horrible scenario imagine while you were sleeping someone comes into your house, walks past your daughter s bedroom and enters your bedroom He then places Lyme infected ticks in your hair without you even knowing he had been there that s what happened to Janessa McNeil Over The Edge opened my eyes to Lyme disease I knew little to nothing about Lyme disease and what people who have it go through before reading this book I have read most of Brandilyn Collins books ...


  4. says:

    As a patient stuck in the Lyme wars I m so glad a book was written about it from a fictional stand point Each of us have at one time or another wished Lyme on the very people and Drs who refute our sickness Ms Collins asked to use my Lyme story on her website Lyme Over The Edge and it was an honor to be able to help raise awareness The sad part is...


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    Not my typical sort of book, nor subject I generally enjoy, but it was still a good book.This was a suspenseful book about a man who suffered with his wife s Lyme disease until her death, due to the inadequate CDC tests for Lyme disease They don t include testing for many bands that would conclude a positive result Thereby, their limited testing can read negative for Lyme, and proper medication isn t offered or accepted by insurances.Since this man made it his mission to bring to light the pro Not my typical sort of book, nor subject I generally enjoy, but it was still a good book.This was a suspenseful book about a man who suffered with his wife s Lyme disease until her death, due to the inadequate CDC tests for Lyme disease They don t include testing for many bands that would conclude a positive result Thereby, their limited testing can read negative for Lyme, and proper medication isn t offered or accepted by insurances.Since this man made it his mission to bring to light the problems with misdiagnosed symptoms, his plan was to infect the wife of one of the most prominent proponents of the CDC testing, and who was instrumental in thethorough Lyme testing being thrown out This was the basis for the book Jannie was infected by three Lyme carrying ticks which he put on her when he broke into her home months ago Suddenly her symptoms came on like gang busters and it progressed rapidly, to the point of pain and weakne...


  6. says:

    Well, I stayed up way too late reading last night The culprit Over the Edge by Brandilyn Collins This soon to be released novel focuses on the plight of Chronic Lyme Disease sufferers.Over the Edge tells the harrowing tale of Janessa McNeil Janessa s husband is a highly respected doctor and researcher at Stanford His specialty is tick borne diseases, particularly Lyme For years, he s insisted that Chronic Lyme Disease doesn t exist His research and testimony have helped to create a climat Well, I stayed up way too late reading last night The culprit Over the Edge by Brandilyn Collins This soon to be released novel focuses on the plight of Chronic Lyme Disease sufferers.Over the Edge tells the harrowing tale of Janessa McNeil Janessa s husband is a highly respected doctor and researcher at Stanford His specialty is tick borne diseases, particularly Lyme For years, he s insisted that Chronic Lyme Disease doesn t exist His research and testimony have helped to create a climate in which chronic sufferers of the disease have a difficult time getting their treatment covered by insurance or even finding a doctor willing to treat them Dr McNeil is set to release his latest findings, which will furthe...


  7. says:

    I review books based solely on my personal entertainment NothingLike most people, I read to escape, to share in another s story In the case of Over the Edge, I read it because I have Lyme Disease and I m now in the middle of the Lyme Wars It s a crazy world for Lyme sufferers and Ms Collins captured that perfectly While I was uncomfortable reading the scenes where the protaganist suffered from her...


  8. says:

    Collins is just an amazing author She kept me guessing almost until the very end


  9. says:

    There were a few things this suspense had going for it This was the first time I d heard much about Lyme Disease and anything at all about the Lyme Wars and I was not surprised to learn that the author has suffered from the disease She captures the debilitating effects of Lyme Disease and the difficulties patients face extremely well It s also very apparent that her faith is important to her and though I may not choose to follow the same way, I thought she incorporated it well into the story There were a few things this suspense had going for it This was the first time I d heard much about Lyme Disease and anything at all about the Lyme Wars and I was not surprised to learn that the author has suffered from the disease She captures the debilitating effects of Lyme Disease and the difficulties patients face extremely well It s also very apparent that her faith is important to her and though I may not choose to follow the same way, I thought she incorporated it well into the story.What didn t work for me was the overall suspense which Collins is supposed to be known for I guessed the culprit almost as soon as he she was introduced and while I could suspend belief enough to follow the reasoning for their actions, I had a harder time believing that person would remain an otherwise highly functioning member of society Having known a few people with bi po...


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    Janessa is married to a highly respected research physician named Brock McNeil He s a Lyme Disease researcher He doesn t believe in chronic Lyme Disease He believes that patients should be healed after four weeks of antibiotics.When Janessa is not feeling well for three weeks, she asks Brock if she could be infected with Lyme Disease He thinks it s nonsense They haven t been in the woods or anywhere else where ticks can be found.What Janessa and Brock don t know is that a couple of months e Janessa is married to a highly respected research physician named Brock McNeil He s a Lyme Disease researcher He doesn t believe in chronic Lyme Disease He believes that patients should be healed after four weeks of antibiotics.When Janessa is not feeling well for three weeks, she asks Brock if she could be infected with Lyme Disease He thinks it s nonsense They haven t been in the woods or anywhere else where ticks can be found.What Janessa and Brock don t know...