World Book Day! A review of EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2

Reblogged from hubby’s website.

Today is World Book Day, and as I’ve done a couple of times, I thought I would post a review of one of my wife’s recent books, EDS, Medical Kidnap Files #2. You can find a review of book #1 of the series here.

Once you meet Katt, you’ll never forget her. She has a way about her. That is because the only people who seem to meet her are in the medical field. And they appear to get to know her too well.  

Katt is a  clumsy, awkward teenager. She has awful time fitting in with her classmates. She spends more time with the school nurse than in her classes. She lands in the emergency room a little too often. While the world sees her as a clumsy, awkward teenager, the medical world sees her as a typical abused child. Either way, Katt’s life is no picnic. And just when it seems like it cannot get any worse, she is told her mother is unfit to raise her.

Her only hope is Gabriel and his Merry Band of Misfits.  Who, as luck would have it, have had their share of misdiagnosed bloopers. As Katt fears the worst, can Gabriel and his helpers bring tranquility into her life?  All Katt wants is the life of a normal teenager. But there is nothing normal about this remarkable young woman.

P.D. Workman brings you an all-too-familiar torn-from-the-headlines drama. As you dive into this novel, you will forget it is a fiction story and not a biography. You will not be able to put it down. Do yourself a favour; pick up your copy today.

You can read a free sample of EDS here.

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