Lithium by Anisa C. Was Reviewed by the Night Readers Review Blog
The website nightreadersreview.com reviewed the book Lithium by Asina C. on 16th July 2019. The book received some glorious remarks from the blogger for its unusual and unique story plot about Chernobyl and Red Forest. The blogger commented that the intriguing and mysterious story will get the attention of the book readers. It is a brilliant book for those who love to read horror stories. It is put in the highly recommended books category.
The book Lithium is a fanciful novel with the touch of some of the true incidents. It is unlike the usual horror stories with zombies or mutants in it. It is about a mother and daughter who are living in a restricted area. Zurin’s mother never allows her to go out fearing the radiation. One day Zurin gets up to the blood on the floor and her mother missing. She goes out in the depth of the Red Forest where she finds an abandoned hospital. She learns the horrific truth about her mother and her life. Why did her mother decide to live in a restricted area despite knowing the danger caused by the radiation? What is the reality of the hospital and her mother? Find it all in this brilliant novel.
The author Asina C. lives in London. She is currently enrolled in a course on comparative literature. She writes short stories on science-fiction and horror.