Book Review Of “The Girl Without A Name” By Sandra Block
In what passes for an ordinary day in a psych ward, Dr. Zoe Goldman is stumped when a highly unusual case arrives. A young African American girl, found wandering the streets of Buffalo in a catatonic state, is brought in by police. No one has come forward to claim her, and all leads have been exhausted, so Zoe’s treatment is the last hope to discover the girl’s identity.
When drugs prove ineffective and medical science seems to be failing, Zoe takes matters into her own hands to track down Jane Doe’s family and piece together their checkered history. As she unearths their secrets, she finds that monsters hide where they are least expected. And now she must solve the mystery before it is too late. Because someone wants to make sure this young girl never remembers. (From Amazon)
I rate this book a 3.5 out of 5 Stars
First and Foremost, Thank you to the lovely team at BookSparks for graciously sending me Sandra Blocks “Zoe Goldman” Trilogy. This is my honest review of book 2.
While I didn’t fly through this one as fast, it was still a very good book. I read it in two sittings, instead of just one. This book was a bit easy to figure out, however I still very much enjoyed it. I like that Sandra Block is touching base on an important issue happening right here in the U.S. as well as all over the world. Don’t worry, no spoilers here, but if you want to know what I’m talking about, you will have to read the book. This book, all though it ends on something horrific, is tastefully done. I look forward to following Zoe onto her next adventure, and her next terrifying case.