The Insomniac by Miranda Rijks

4.5 Stars from me

We all know that I love Miranda Rijks books – and as such I was delighted to be offered the chance to join the book review tour for The Insomniac.

Being someone who suffers from bouts of stress related insomnia myself I could really relate to Daisy and her story.

The opportunity to visit the luxury sleep clinic to the stars was like a literal dream come true and would solve all of her issues, wouldn’t it?

In true Rijks style, the story that followed was tense and exciting with a myriad of threats and dilemmas and dramas thrown in. All while Daisy got less and less sleep.

I greatly enjoyed reading this fast paced journey into mindbending terror!

My thanks to @MirandaRijks, @InkubatorBooks, @ZooloosBT for letting me be a part of #TheInsomniac #BookTour

Blurb: Daisy can’t sleep. But the cure is her worst nightmare.

Daisy hasn’t had a good night’s sleep in years. Her chronic insomnia has gotten so bad, it’s affecting her job as a journalist. So she’s delighted when she’s asked to review a new, luxurious sleep clinic – this could be the answer to her prayers.

At first, everything about the clinic seems perfect – the stunning seaside location, the beautiful rooms, the exquisite cuisine.

Clinic owner and chief therapist, Amity, is sure she can cure Daisy’s insomnia by uncovering its root cause. But to do that, she’ll use hypnosis to probe deep into Daisy’s past. And that’s not good – because Daisy has a terrible secret.

As Amity digs into her mind, Daisy feels more and more vulnerable. She begins to think there is something off about the clinic. Is her insomnia making her paranoid or does Amity have her own sinister agenda?

Fearing the past has finally caught up with her, Daisy wonders if she should just leave. But that’s not so easy – because this clinic, which was supposed to offer rest and safety, is the most terrifying place she’s ever been…

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