I had the opportunity recently to review Double Blind by Brandilyn Collins. Over the last several years, I've gotten more and more book submissions for me to review. And as much as I love books, sometimes they're just plain hard to read, hard to follow or flat out boring.
But Double Blind had captured my attention after the first page. The premise is that a brain chip has been invented that will eliminate depression if you have it implanted directly into your brain. The main character - Lisa Newberry - finds herself accepted into the trial stage of this new product.
Unfortunately, the products works but brings with it horrific visions that take her to the edge of insanity. Can she convince the proper authorities that something is wrong? Or is it really all in her head?