Narcosis Room | Review

Title: Narcosis Room
Author: Louise Cypress
Pages: 318 pages
Version: Paperback (ARC)
Publisher: Owl Hollow Press
Rating: ★★★★★ 


Total Recall meets Scott Westerfeld’s Uglies.

Sleep for three months and make your problems go away.

Ellie Savage is used to promises. Her dermatologist dad and her psychiatrist mom run the Narcosis Clinic, a medical facility famous for ultimate makeovers, where disturbing issues are resolved while patients are beautified. Clients like pop star Dean Mathews are grateful to narcosis for healing their deepest wounds. Ellie is her parents’ most ardent supporter until her dreams become a nightmare. Ellie discovers that her true self has been shredded to bits by the scalpel and the only way for Ellie to remember is to forget everything she thinks she knows.


This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Louise Cypress! 

When I read the synopsis of Narcosis Room I just had to read it. The story sounded so interesting and I wanted to know what this Narcosis Clinic is about and what was going to happen to the characters.

Narcosis Room started a bit slow and I was hard to go through the first few chapters, but once I was into the story, I really wanted to know what was going to happen. Narcosis Room was such an original story and the concept was so good. There were so many crazy plot twists and I just loved it!

I really liked how we got to discover the real Ellie and not the Ellie from the beginning of the book and I loved reading in her perspective. We also read in Dean, Cole, Ursula and Olivia’s perspective, but we read the most in Ellie, Dean and Cole’s perspective.

I really liked Narcosis Room because it was such an original book. I also really like the cover because it’s a beautiful representation of the main character Ellie. I cannot wait to read more books by Louise Cypress!