Have you ever read a book, and wanted to ask a compelling character a question? Or six questions? That’s how I felt as I read False Awakening by Callum McLaughlin. I am fortunate because not only is Callum a talented and friendly writer, but he also agreed to let me ask those questions of Dr. Brookes.
Dr. Brookes is the psychologist who cares for Abi, a typical eighteen-year-old young woman, after she wakes in the hospital with only a snippet of a memory about a tragic event.
I asked these questions of Dr. Brooks (ahem, Callum):
Q: Dr. Brookes, when did you know that you wanted to be a psychologist?
A: Well, my father was a doctor and a rather good one at that. After paying to put me through a good education, I think both my parents assumed that I would naturally follow suit, but I knew otherwise…
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