Grief. Anger. Hatred. The perfect ingredients for revenge.
Janessa McNeil’s life looks perfect. Her husband, Dr. Brock McNeil, is a renowned researcher and professor at Stanford University’s Department of Medicine. They have a beautiful home and can give their daughter everything she needs. Theirs is a life others envy. But nothing is as it seems. Forces are at work that will shatter everything - Janessa’s marriage, her way of life, even her safety. For her husband’s highly respected assertion that chronic Lyme disease doesn’t exist has done more than inform medical and insurance professionals. It’s ruined lives. One man’s life in particular.
Now it’s time to make Dr. Brock McNeil face the truth. To make him see the devastation Lyme disease causes - up close and personal. And this bitter man has found the perfect tools to exact his revenge: Janessa and her daughter.
©2011 Brandilyn Collins (P)2012 Oasis Audio
This audio book, Over the Edge, kept me on the edge of my seat. So many twists and turns and very informative about lime disease. Wonderful story and narrator was outstanding. I didn't like the ending but the rest of the story made up for the ending.
This book took off a bit too slow for me....almost too detail oriented. Down to "I am putting on my shoes", etc. At times I thought of stopping the listen but I decided I would finish it.
This was my first book by this author. Not sure if I will read more. It just was not a stand out for me.
The narrator had a very thick accent which I think affected her performance. It wasn't bad but it wasn't good either.
I do think the author did her research when it comes to lyme disease and all of the many laboratory tests that can be done and for that I do appreciate the authenticity.
In my opinion this story could have been told in 3/4 the time.
Perhaps the last few chapters were the most interesting.
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