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Lois Wilson is a devotee of science – behavioral science – and nothing else matters to her at all. Neither her parents nor her friends can figure her out –and when her father has a stroke and mother takes to alcoholism, she finally turns her home into a lab to experiment on animals in a hope to extend that later to people.
What makes this book stand out?
It is a work of the class in its own theme, showing the horrors science can create in the supposedly wrong hands.
Read it for
It is a great thriller of a genius mind gone berserk genre, with a spine-chilling end.
Don't read it for
The build-up of the plot takes forever, and readers can lose interest in finding out how it ends.