So – finally, I’m finished Induced Amnesia, and I’m really excited about it. It was written in a similar vein as The Hours (Michael Cunningham), Veronica Decides To Die (Paulo Coelho) and The Bell Jar (Sylvia Plath). The common motif being a dark depression – but don’t write it off yet – this novel has a cool new spin – and all you out there who enjoy metaphysics, self-help and the novel The Celestine Prophecy, might really like this one.
It’s written in 3 parts for a reason, and when you get to the end you see why. It has a bit of a Sixth Sense mystery to it.
Check out the first 4 chapters under INDUCED AMNESIA…