Author: Lisa Gardner
Release Date: January 4th, 2014
Rating: 5/5 Stars
Seldom does a book get my attention as deeply as Lisa Gardner’s work “Fear Nothing” had managed to do. Absolutely chilling, and superbly written, Mrs. Gardener used a very unique approach to tell this tale, by switching between third and first person, giving us a unique insight into the thought process of a seemingly straightforward, yet interestingly complicated, main character named Dr. Adeine Glen.
From the outside, Dr. Glen is a very sophisticated, highly functioning adult with a rare genetic infliction – she can not feel pain. Yet she manages her day to day life well, even if, added to her already disabling disease, she has not one, but two serial killers in her family.
When another serial killer surfaces, she works together with Boston Detective D.D. Waren to catch this madman.
The twists and turns of this book left me breathless and rooting for people I thought at first as evil, every page a surprise. Even though this book is a part of a series, it can be read as a stand alone book, as I have done. But be warned, once you read one book by Lisa Gardner, you will want to come back for more.
(Disclaimer: This book was NOT given to me by a publisher, as some of my other books are, in return for an honest review. )