Reviews

  • How far will Sasha have to go to prove what she knows is the truth? You will be desperate to know how this dark, disturbing tale ends.

    The Sun
  • Riveting. MINE perfectly encapsulates the tension between intuition and intellect in the vortex of anxiety after childbirth

    Fiona Neill
  • I raced through, unable to stop reading until I found out what was really going on. Gripping and thought provoking about motherhood and mental health. I loved it

    Laura Marshall, bestselling author of FRIEND REQUEST
  • Chilling and suspenseful, Mine bristles with paranoia, keeping you guessing until the very end. A gripping read

    Karen Perry
  • MINE is a true nerve-shredder, drawing you in until you're virtually screaming for resolution. Highly recommended. Susi Fox is a bright new star

    Helen Fields bestselling author of, Perfect Remains
  • Taps into a deep, subliminal fear. I was so absorbed that when a friend tapped me on the shoulder, I jumped out of my skin

    Jane Shemilt
  • Digs deep to examine the dark side of motherhood - mental illness, failure, violent thoughts - and refuses to look away. Mine throws into question the sanity of the narrator, the trustworthiness of doctors and the reader's understanding of right and wrong

    The Guardian
  • Utterly compelling and brilliantly confounding. A novel where all possible explanations are suspect - even your own

    Wendy James author of, The Golden Child
  • Compelling, dark, and claustrophobic. The setting is oppressive - a hospital that is the stuff of nightmares - and Fox's medical background lends credibility and fascinating detail that renders it all the more unsettling. I couldn't sleep until I finished it . . . and then I couldn't sleep at all

    Dervla McTiernan author of, The Ruin
  • Gripping, creepy and nail-biting

    Toni Jordan author of, Our Tiny Useless Hearts

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