With relentless writing and twists around every corner, Cate Quinn weaves a gripping mystery through the world of luxury rehab that will have you saying 'one more chapter' until you hit the final page. So be warned, once you step foot in The Clinic, the doors lock behind you.
An absolutely propulsive read that grabbed me by the throat and never let go until the final page.
I loved The Clinic. It has it all, a gloriously dysfunctional heroine, an impossibly glamorous setting, evil scientists, hot psychiatrists and a cast of gorgeous, wealthy fuckups. Not only that, it has so many twists I nearly forgot I've been sober for nearly four years. And underneath the rollIcking story, there's a serious look at the nature of addiction and how it can tear lives apart. So addictive, I almost booked into rehab.
A fast-paced, personal and twisty thriller that deals brilliantly with trauma and addiction while propelling us through the story. Loved it.
Cate Quinn's propulsive thriller The Clinic reads like an edge-of-your-seat page-turner, with clever twists and turns and redirections, all while taking place at an unconventional rehab clinic in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest coast, but at its core this is a haunting story of addiction, long-lasting trauma, and the power of transformative change - I absolutely loved it.
The Clinic weaves moving portrayals of rehab into a twisty, beautifully written mystery. With enigmatic characters and a vivid atmosphere, Cate Quinn delivers a pitch-perfect page-turner. I devoured it.
A taut and claustrophobic page-turner, which cleverly explores the effects of trauma and addiction within a twisty plot which keeps you questioning your own assumptions right to the end.
Wow! The Clinic is a taut, tense page turner that asks whether the most dangerous secrets are the ones we keep from ourselves. Meg is a wonderfully complex, damaged human character, and may well be my favourite ass-kicking heroine since Lisbeth Salander ... pure page-turning gold!'
The Clinic drew me in from its tense first page and left me thinking long after I finished it. It's a twisty mystery with feeling that kept me turning the pages until well into the night.