Reviewed by Holly (Library Patron)
When reflecting on this book, I found myself thinking about basic story elements. There were lots of characters, an unusual setting, and a plot with plenty of twists and turns. These elements were carefully crafted by the author. As such it made for an exciting read. I was drawn into the story. The setting was different. Not many of us have spent time in a pysch ward of a governmental agency. Thus the plot had to draw the reader in while the author described the characters and revealed the relationships they developed both in the present and past. This author did a masterful job of weaving the elements into a thrilling book.
Located in Adult Fiction (FIC MICHAELIDES)