The Silent Patient
by Alex Michaelides
PBR Review:

It's hard for me to understand how any mother can walk away from her child. Kya's mother did just this and sadly, a few years later her father left. By the age of ten, Kya was completely on her own. Her journey is sentimental and at times relentless. But she is strong and resilient and fights hard for what she wants. I loved that with all the prejudice and hardships she faced and the mistakes she made, she never lost hope. And most importantly, she did so with very little help or kindness from the people of her community. Excellent story. Perfect for book clubs. Recommend.

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