Mark Randall goes to great lengths to be admitted to an acute psychiatric ward and, despite being mute, convinces professionals that he is psychotic. But why is he so keen to spend time in a psychiatric hospital?
When decisions about his future are handed to Dr Giles Sharman, Mark's life goes from bad to worse. Drugged and in danger, he's about to learn that proving your sanity is not easy.
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- Nigel n
A big thumbs up
I was recommended this book by a friend, and Im glad they did.
The book is well narrated, and enables you to keep track of which character is speaking. I like that the chapters do not give away the timeline, and leaves your imagination wondering where the story is in its timeline of events. The book I can imagine be very much truthful on what happens in hospitals (to a certain level). A well written story that kept me interested until the end. The final few sentences did leave me chuckling. Excellent book overall, no hesitation in recommending.
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