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Friday, November 30, 2012

Review of Double Blind

Double Blind is a suspense novel told in first person by Brandilyn Collins. The story is about Lisa Newberry, a young woman who enters a clinical trial and undergoes brain surgery to receive a microchip to help overcome her depression, but soon, her depression becomes the least of her worries. The story involves a series of twists and turns. What I liked best about the book is that Brandilyn does not write fluff. Each word is intentional. Also, the plot is very different and original. If you like enjoy suspense, this book is for you.

A suitcase is shown sinking underwater with what appears to be blood coming from inside it.

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