She’s Not Sorry, a review by Corina

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She’s Not Sorry
Mary Kubica

336 pages
April 2, 2024
Park Row

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Genre: Thrillers, Suspense, Domestic

What I know about coming out of a coma is that it’s a process, split seconds of awareness and lucidity followed by a slip back into the dark void of unconsciousness.

This explains the mental and emotional turbulation you experience in this book. Waking up from a coma for a moment of lucidity and then back into unconsciousness. Especially… the second part of the book! I had no idea what was going on. Everyone wasn’t who they seemed, and no one was sorry. The FMC was not sorry, the patient was not sorry. The title definitely fit the second part of the book. The first part of the book was slow but a steady curiousness. It really delved into the psyche of a nurse and the mental struggles of a nurse during low employment. Then add in that there’s a nurse who’s a single mother. That’s more stress. The plot had you reading because just when you thought were aware of what was happening-BAM. It changed. It was so well written about the inner workings of a nurse’s life and shown even nurses make mistakes. The main character’s daughter truly acted like a rebellious teenager and gave the main character even more drama. Then the second part to the book blind-sides you with all the twists revealed all at once! This really is a good read-if you can keep up.

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