Friday, October 20, 2017

Review: Medea's Curse

Medea's Curse Medea's Curse by Anne Buist
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Such a good book! Great start to the Natalie King, Forensic Psychiatrist Series.

Natalie King, the main character, is as complicated and unconventional a person as you'll ever find. Besides being a forensic psychiatrist, she sings in a band, rides a motorcycle, has affairs with married men and has her own mental health problems.

The book deals with very hard issues: mothers suspected of killing their children, pedophile rings, stalking.

I like that the main character is flawed but very human. She's strong even when things gets more and more difficult with each page, and the stories she hears from her patients (and her own) are enough to get anybody down. Add to it that her personal life is kind of messy and you have very complex story.
But the more complex it gets, the more it got me hooked. It's a great book, and one I recommend fully

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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