Double Blind by Brandilyn Collins



Review: Once again Brandilyn Collins develops an intense page turner with some interesting twists and a surprise ending. Lisa is suffering from crippling depression since the death of her husband and a near fatal attack, when she is accepted into a medical trial. The trial medical procedure in inserting a small chip into her brain that promises instant relief from her depression.

The procedure appears to go perfectly and Lisa wakes up feeling better than she had in years. But soon her life turns into a nightmare. What follows is an exciting story where the author keeps you guessing what is reality and what is not.

The only problem I had with the story was it initially reminded me of another Collins story, Eyes of Elisha. Initially there were strong similarities between the two stories, but within a chapter or two the stories become very, very different.

This story not only deals with an interesting topic, brain chips, which if you do a Google search you’ll find information about them, but it also deals with relationships and giving up control of your life. Lisa learns much about herself and her mother through this book.

Recommendation: I would recommend this book to any Brandilyn Collins’ fans. Even though you sense a little Déjà vu at the beginning that will quickly disappear. If you’ve not read a Brandilyn Collins’ book this is a great one to start with, you’ll find her writing style engaging and fast paced yet backed with details.

Disclaimer: I would like to thank the publishers, B&H Books for the opportunity to read and review this book, I was under no obligation other than to give my honest opinion.

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