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Book review: Inside of Me

Irene Mabbott reviews a novel about a nurse who disappears, leaving his family behind.  
Inside of Me

★★★★

Irene Mabbott reviews a novel about a nurse who disappears, leaving his family behind

Written by a nurse, this is an insightful novel that easily draws readers in.

Set in the present day, with lots of current references, each chapter is written from the perspective of one of three characters - Tonya, India and Chris.

Victor, a nurse, disappeared one day, leaving his wife Tonya and their daughter India. Since that time, India has grown up missing her father deeply and has developed anorexia. Her contact with health professionals is mercifully brief in the book, but the interactions are described well from the perspective of India and her mother.

The twist in the story makes the reader feel they are on a voyage, and the overarching theme – the coping strategies we use to get through difficulty – makes Inside

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