Clinical psychologist Joe gets entangled the brain with a difficult family life and disease Parkinson.Il knows better dissect the problems of his patients and his own so little! In this album, he guesses the difficulty of a teenage girl (not his) who falls in love with his teacher (and that's where we saw our own teenage problems "silly"). Via lies on the part of some and the evil from the other, Joe goes to a nasty teenage abuse industry. The chapters are well embedded and phrasing so alive that turns the pages for details. I also liked the many recurring characters caricatured. The most is that the end is unexpected and worse than we thought. For me, reading Michael Robotham, it is not read is living it. Read 600 pages in 20 hours (white night included). With this third title, Robotham takes a very good place in my library.