A compelling read from start to finish

KEURIUM begins with a unique premise — a young woman in a catatonic state is trapped with her memories, confused about which memories are real and which are not.

This mystery is at the heart of the novel, which explores gaslighting, the complexity of transnational adoption, and the nature of consciousness. It’s a compelling read from start to finish because of its dramatic conflicts and the author’s excellent pacing.

As a sister adoptee who is also child abuse survivor, I found a great deal of affirmation in this book. But it’s first and foremost a great story that can capture any reader of good fiction. –Michele