EBOOK REVIEW THE MEDEA COMPLEX

The Medea Complex

The Medea ComplexEvery now and then a book lands on our desk that at first glance does not scream read me, maybe it’s the cover maybe it’s the name but for whatever reason you find it hard open its cover.

The Medea Complex is one of those such a books, the name does not entice you to choose it as a must read but once you begin turning those first few pages you  will soon find yourself engrossed in not only the authors style of writing but a story that will keep you enthralled throughout.

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Set in the 1800s and based on true events, it tells the tale of Lady Anne who awakens to find herself suddenly in an lunatic asylum.

The book itself is very dark and full of twists, all perfectly fitting of the era and time with the characters being beautifully written. It delves into the treatment of patients in such places during a time of brutality with little understanding of mental health issues.

Summing up, there is so much more to this book than the name might suggest. I can not tell you how good a read this psychological thriller really is, you are just going to have to read it for yourself and I will be eagerly awaiting Rachel Roberts next book.

Every now and then a book lands on our desk that at first glance does not scream read me, maybe it’s the cover maybe it’s the name but for whatever reason you find it hard open its cover.

The Medea Complex is one of those such a books, the name does not entice you to choose it as a must read but once you begin turning those first few pages you  will soon find yourself engrossed in not only the authors style of writing but a story that will keep you enthralled throughout.

Set in the 1800s and based on true events, it tells the tale of Lady Anne who awakens to find herself suddenly in an lunatic asylum.

The book itself is very dark and full of twists, all perfectly fitting of the era and time with the characters being beautifully written. It delves into the treatment of patients in such places during a time of brutality with little understanding of mental health issues.

Summing up, there is so much more to this book than the name might suggest. I can not tell you how good a read this psychological thriller really is, you are just going to have to read it for yourself and I will be eagerly awaiting Rachel Florence Roberts next book.

About The Author

British born and raised, Rachel Florence Roberts is a registered nurse, fiancée and mother of one based in Malta, EU. The Medea Complex was written shortly after the birth of her son, and took almost two years to complete. She suffered with postnatal depression in a country that did not understand her, and was henceforth the inspiration behind the novel. The Medea Complex will make anyone who has ever thought, lived, laughed, and loved, question the importance of those and everything around them.

http://themedeacomplex.com