Review: “Escaping Psychiatry 2. The Case of the Swapped Bodies” by Olga Núñez Miret


Check out this review of the book, Escaping Psychiatry 2 – The Case of the Swapped Bodies by Olga Nunez-Miret courtesy of Cristoph Fischer’s blog

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Escaping psychiatry 2.jpg“Escaping Psychiatry 2. The Case of the Swapped Bodies” by Olga Núñez Miret was a real treat and almost a surprise. I like Olga’s sharp and psychologically charged writing the best and knew this would be good. I was not prepared, however, for the extremely clever plot.
At first there is the confusion of a woman waking up in a different body and in a different life. Then she establishes contact with the woman currently in her own body. That in itself is a great premise and the conversation between the trapped women would have been more than enough for one successful book.
Olga doesn’t stop there but now introduces more complexity as the case is being handled by both, the police, and our series heroine, psychiatrist Mary.
Despite a heavy workload I couldn’t resist the book and kept reading at every opportunity to get to the bottom of this…

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