Lisa Newberry is a depressed young woman. Suddenly widowed, and a survivor of a violent attack, she can barely make it through the day. But when she learns of an experimental program that claims to heal depression her hope is revived. Accepted into the medical study, Lisa undergoes surgery and has a computer chip implanted into her brain.
But something isn’t right. Something terrible is happening to her. Whatever has been unleashed is worse than the grief, more debilitating than the depression and now Lisa is pleading with the organization to remove the chip.
Suspense author Brandilyn Collins tells a riveting, plot-driven story that will send a few shivers down your spine and make you question whether this fictional scientific breakthrough is a blessing or a curse. And if you want to go a little deeper, you just might ponder how this relates to the real world and what the ethical and moral responsibilities are in the medical profession as science ventures into new frontiers.
Double Blind is a thought provoking suspense novel with a satisfying ending, and I give it a thumbs-up.
You will like Double-Blind if:
- You enjoy psychological suspense
- You like stories that take you outside the box
- You’re a fan of Brandilyn Collins