The Girl Without A Name
If anyone is looking for a good book to read, by a fellow Buffalonian, I highly recommend Sandra Block's book "The Girl Without a Name."
Sandra may be a graduate of Harvard, but she returned to Buffalo roots to continue her medical training, she never left; a true Sabres fan. Sandra is now a practicing Neurologist and author with "The Girl Without a Name" being her second book in the Zoe Goldman series.
I picked up the book at the same used bookstore that had the display of banned books (click here to read that post). The book came with rave reviews from the shop's owner so, I thought I'd give it a try.
Given the author's background, I had assumed the premise of the book would be about some obscure diagnosis to explain the patient's identity and catatonic state. Obviously, the book has a lot of medical terminologies, nothing too crazy so don't let that scare you away, but the ending is something I did not expect. A twist of all twist.
It's an easy read and one that checked off a lot of my reader like boxes. Give it a try and support a local writer!
An avid reader with a thirst for knowledge, and adventure through words printed on paper.
Books Read in 2020
*The Tattooist of Auschwitz