The Patient by Steena Holmes Review

It's no question I'm a fan of books where you have so many questions while reading and you can't quite seem to put your finger on what's really going on and how it will end. The Patient by Steena Holmes was exactly that! What a thrilling ride that was!

I was going crazy trying to figure everything out! It's a brilliant novel and I absolutely loved the author's writing style! She even made the therapy sessions gripping. The story is told from multiple POVs, from Danielle's, to someone's memories and the killer's. 

My attention was grabbed right from the start and it didn't let go until the very last page. I was completely engrossed in the story and will be adding it to my favorite list for this year for sure. Highly recommend!

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Thank you to Amazon Publishing and Lake Union Publishing for my gifted copy.

Here's a quick synopsis:
Danielle Rycroft suspects someone close to her has a dark secret. In the confidential setting of therapy, her patients share their anxieties and fears. Now, with a string of murders in town putting her on edge, Danielle’s own worries come close to eclipsing her patients’. In each case, the pattern is the same: parents killed while their children sleep blissfully unaware in their beds. Her best friend, Detective Tami Sloan, is the only person she has confided in.

Danielle believes that there’s still a secret one patient has yet to share. But which one? Behind a familiar face is a stranger who’ll do anything to hide their worst compulsions. The anxiety brings Danielle to her own therapist’s office, seeking counsel and comfort. But what is she willing to risk, and how much closer must she get, to stop them? (Reference : Goodreads)

Happy reading,

1 comment

  1. Can you tell me who Ava was referring to in the last line of the book?