Delirious Review
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A powerful senior executive for an electronics company called SoluCent, Charlie Giles is ruthless and full of confidence. He’s certain that he’ll never suffer from schizophrenia like his brother, Joe, with whom he doesn’t have much contact. But when he finds a handwritten note in his car that he doesn’t remember writing, his blood runs cold.

After his mother ends up in a coma as the result of a stroke, Charlie must take care of his brother Joe. At the same time, Charlie is fired from SoluCent for allegedly sending project information to the competition—something else that he doesn’t remember doing.

After finding a kill list that he supposedly wrote, Charlie becomes terrified that he suffers from schizophrenia like his brother. Then the first name on the list turns up dead, and all evidence points toward Charlie. Desperate to understand what’s happening to him, he contacts Joe’s psychiatrist in an unofficial capacity. Together, they try to unravel what’s truly going on, hopefully before it drives Charlie insane.

Filled with chill-you-to-the-bone suspense, Delirious is truly a stunning debut from an author who has a brilliant writing career ahead of him. The story captivates from beginning to end. You’ll never really know whether Charlie is suffering from schizophrenia or if something much more sinister is going on. As a result, you won’t be able to tear yourself away from the pages—not even for a minute.

At first, Charlie comes off as a real jerk, especially where his employees are concerned. But when all of these chilling, crazy things start to happen to him, you can’t help but feel for him. No matter how hard-nosed he was as a boss, you’ll know that he doesn’t deserve what’s happening to him.

Delirious is psychological suspense at its best—a thriller unlike anything you’ve read before. If you’re not covered in chill bumps while you read it, then nothing can scare you.

The alarming and mind-boggling conclusion of Delirious will leave you in awe, salivating for more from author Daniel Palmer. Trust me; you don’t want to miss this one.

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