Friday, November 3, 2023

Review: Coma is an eye-opener!

 Gerald Elias has been leading a double life. His award-winning Daniel Jacobus mystery series is set in the dark corners of the classical music world, of which Gerald Elias is intimately familiar as a former violinist with the Boston Symphony, associate concertmaster of the Utah Symphony and as a conductor, composer, and teacher. I am thrilled to find his review of Coma Confidential:

Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2023

Uvi Poznansky has chosen a unique perspective for Ash, her protagonist in this page-turning thriller, that of a woman in a coma, unable to communicate, and she pulls off this daredevil feat with convincing elan.

We find Ash in a hospital bed, clinging to life by a thread and innumerable medical devices. Little by little she becomes fully cognizant of her surroundings and the reason for her being there, a brutal assault in her own apartment. She shares her thought processes with us, the readers, and we quickly become appreciative of her pluck and her ingenuity, ultimately, and against all odds, turning the tables on evil mastermind that brought her to dire straits.

For thriller lovers seeking something different and engaging, wake up to Coma!

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