Hope for FM and CFIDS Sufferers
Two books about ME/CFS:
The book contains stories and photographs by and about people suffering with severe ME/CFS, who are either house-bound or bed-bound, and their caregivers and families. The idea behind the book is to give these people the chance to speak about their situation in the hopes of increasing awareness of what this disease really is for for both the general population and the medical community.
Osler's Web: Inside the Labyrinth of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Epidemic, by Hillary Johnson. This book is apparently more focused on the history of events of this epidemic and the politics that have plagued it. She goes into great detail about the way this new disease was handled (or not) by the CDC and the NIH and the ways that research into it's cause has been derailed.