Coma Confidential

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From USA Today Bestselling Author, Uvi Poznansky, comes a gripping medical thriller:

Ash finds herself in the ER diagnosed with coma. She has no memory of what has happened to her, but what she can do–despite what everyone around her might think–is listen to the conversations of her visitors. One of them is the man who raped her.

For Ash, there is little time to gather clues: blackouts are happening not only in the hospital but throughout California. The Russian hackers who are intent on sabotaging the power grid are trying to blackmail her boyfriend, Michael, into helping their cause. And what better way for them to do it but by kidnapping her out of the hospital?

★★★★★ “This suspenseful story spins into a wild race for survival for Ash, filled with terror, courage, and a journey that will have you cheering her on.”

3 reviews for Coma Confidential

  1. Aaron Lazar

    Coma Confidential, by Uvi Poznansky, is the latest release from this USA Today Bestselling Author. Ms. Poznansky has successfully experimented with a new dimension of genre here, in what I’d call a delicious psychological thriller.

    Told from the point of view of a comatose patient, Coma Confidential is brilliantly conceived and finely executed.

    In the first part of the book, the patient—whom we later discover is named Ash—can only hear sounds around her. She knows the tapping sounds in the hallway match certain nurse’s and doctor’s footsteps. Fully aware of her surroundings, she can’t communicate. She lives in a dark world where the staff buzz around her, talking about her as if she’s probably a lost cause. Completely alone and confused, she doesn’t know her name or have any idea what put her in the hospital in this coma.

    The aroma of donuts tells her the policeman is back on his shift… but why is he guarding her?

    Later, a strangely familiar voice with a Russian accent sends adrenaline whooshing through her body…but why?

    Little by little, Ash unravels the mystery of what landed her in the hospital and why she’s in terrible danger. And day by day, parts of her body begin to awaken. At first it’s a twinge in her toe. Soon she can open her eyes. But she realizes that revealing that she’s coming back may sign her death warrant, so she keeps her gradual awakening a secret.

    When the power systems start failing randomly in the neighborhood and within the hospital, Ash is worried. She still needs machinery to help her stay alive. What will happen to her if the power doesn’t come back next time?

    This suspenseful story spins into a wild race for survival for Ash, filled with terror, courage, and a journey that will have you cheering her on.

    Coma Confidential is the second in the Ash Suspense Thrillers series, but it completely stands alone and there’s no need to read book one first in order to enjoy this intriguing tale!

  2. Cyndi Wannamaker

    This is the first book I have listened to of Ms Poznansky and I thought it was great! I also enjoyed the narrator Heather Hogan she brought the book to life with the different voices. This book goes into a young woman’s life that has been taped and beaten and left for dead. But she isn’t dead, she is in a coma, which allows the author to use her imagination to take us into what it could be like to be in one. That isn’t the total story though, she has had this happen to her by a thug that was just trying to scare her boyfriend into doing what a criminal wants. The story is full of suspense with just a touch of romance. A great story that has let me know I would like to read or listen to more of this author’s books.
    I received a free code for this book from Audiobooks Unleashed to listen to on Audible. This review is my own honest opinion.

  3. Suzanne Nelson

    Who knew that being in a coma could be so exciting? The heroine, Ash, is a crime victim. She has a level of consciousness, of which the doctors and her visitors are unaware. She gradually returns to life and then has quite the adventure. This audiobook is well-written. The narrator gives a great performance too.

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