The Dead Silence – Jane B (Book Review #317)

The dead silence is a psychological thriller. It provokes the notion of motherhood, and the dark side of the mind, which could exist. It’s not something you hear about every day, and the psychiatric doctor in this story has a patient named Anna, that is suffering from the same dark thoughts. Dr. Haley has to help Anna get out of this Zone she is in, not just to save Anna but to save more than that.

Is there a dark side of motherhood? Can we even fathom the concept? With this novel approach, the author manages to challenge our perception and have us see things differently. I found the literature to be strong. The character development included a unique dimension of storytelling. The psychological aspect of the story was genuinely thrilling. There wasn’t much of the world setting to go with the plot but, what did exist, was the world of mind and matter.

I strongly recommend this book to psychological thriller fans.

Written by Jeyran Main

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