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3.73  ·  Rating details ·  1,460 ratings  ·  311 reviews
The baby in the nursery is not your baby.

Waking up after an emergency caesarean, you demand to see your son.

But it's someone else's child.

No one believes you - not the hospital, not your father, not your loyal husband.

They say you're delusional. Dangerous.

They suspect you want to steal another baby.

All you know is that you must find your own child before he's out of reach
ebook, e-first, 464 pages
Published March 8th 2018 by Penguin
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Mar 30, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley
Sasha wakes up in hospital after an emergency caesarean, she is desperate to see her baby. When she is taken to the hospital nursery she immediately knows that the baby they show her is not hers. Nobody will listen to her and even her husband will not believe her. How can she get them to admit that a mistake has been made and how can she find her own baby. This book has a few twists and turns and keeps you guessing about the outcome. I would like to thank NetGalley and Penguin UK - Michael Josep ...more
Louise Wilson
Mar 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
Waking up after a Caesarean section, you demand to see your baby. But it's not your baby and no one believes you. Not even your husband.

When Sasha wakes up after an emergency Caesarean section, all see wants is to be taken to see her new baby. She is adamant that the baby is not hers. No one believes her, not even her husband, Mark. Sasha ends up being put into psychiatric care. But Sasha is a Doctor and knows something is wrong. A story that is relevant, full of lies, cover ups and a past Sasha
Amanda - Mrs B's Book Reviews
Victorian based GP turned writer Susi Fox has made her presence known on the Australian publishing scene with her debut novel, Mine. With the main crux of the novel revolving around a possible stolen a baby and one new mother’s fight to reclaim her baby, Mine is one emotional based tale. I am going to say straight up this one of the best psychological fiction based novels I have read for this year and I do not think Mine will be leaving my side for quite so
Mandy White
Mar 20, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: net-galley
When Sash wakes up in the hospital after giving birth early in an emergency caesarean she can't wait to meet her baby. But immediately she knows that the baby they tell her is hers is not. Wha has happened, where is her baby?

Nobody believes her and she is admitted to the mental health unit. Secrets about her mother are revealed and she starts to think maybe she is wrong... but a mother knows her own child does'nt she?

This book may not be for everyone as it deals with some tough subjects of mis
Mar 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
Having to undergo an emergency c-section under general anaesthesia, Sasha, a doctor, wakes up relieved to discover her premature baby has survived the procedure. HOWEVER...when she lays eyes on her baby, she is adamant that the baby in front of her is not the baby she gave birth to. No one believes her. She must be in shock after her trauma. Is this a case of ' mother always knows best' and there is a terrible conspiracy at play, or is Sasha beginning to lose her mind?

Susi Fox's medical backgrou
Apr 07, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is the story of Sasha and Mark, who have been married for many years. As the story begins Sasha has given birth to a baby boy prematurely, and her and her baby are being cared for in a hospital that Sasha didn't want to use. As the story progresses Sasha begins to believe that her baby has been switched, but the doctors and nurses dismiss her claims, telling her she is mentally ill.
Sasha becomes distrustful of everyone around her, even Mark,bur is determined to find out the truth.
Dale Harcombe
Three and a half stars
After an emergency caesarean Sasha, a pathologist, is desperate to see her baby. But when she is shown the small prematurely born baby in the nursery, she feels no connection at all to him. She is convinced this is not her child. Why will no-one believe her? Not the doctors, not the nurses, not even her husband Mark. Sasha is determined to find her real baby, despite the obstacles that are set in her way. People are hiding secrets and lying to her. She just needs to find ou
Jun 06, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Flipping heck! I was so not prepared for the rollercoaster ride of emotions ‘Mine’ took me on!

Sasha wakes up in hospital after an emergency c-section. When she is finally shown her baby, she’s convinced this tiny infant is not hers. Nobody believes her, not even her husband. With everyone against her, what can Sasha do? Let herself be convinced this child is hers? Pretend to love a child she feels isn’t hers? Or keep searching for the baby she believes truly belongs to her?

Sasha has had quite th
Oct 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Adorei este livro do princípio ao fim! Talvez por falar de maternidade e medicina que adoro! Para primeiro livro da autora é mesmo muito bom!
Oct 01, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Um bom thriller e uma boa estreia. estava com um pouco de receio do final mas acho que foi um bom final que fez sentido!
Sasha preparou todo o seu parto como um sonho. No melhor hospital da cidade, parto natural, com o marido do lado dela a encorajá-la com frases bonitas e calmantes. O pior é que nada disso aconteceu e Sasha viu-se no pior hospital da cidade numa cesariana de emergência. Não se lembra de quase nada do parto e pior...não reconhece o filho que teve. Tudo começa quando lhe ap
Maria João (A Biblioteca da João)
8 de 10*

Assim que li a sinopse do livro de estreia de Susi Fox, "Meu", fiquei ansiosa por lê-lo. Haverá mulher que já foi mãe ou pretende sê-lo que nunca pensou que o seu filho poderia ser trocado na maternidade? Eu, quando tive o meu filho, não tirei os olhos de cima dele um único momento. É realmente aflitivo pensar que os bebés podem ser trocados... E é precisamente este sentimento de aflição e desespero que a autora consegue incutir tão bem ao longo das páginas, de tal forma, que se torna im
Nov 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Wow I really did enjoy this book. It was a heartbreaking read, it was certainly one of the saddest books I’ve read. I felt terrible for Sash throughout the book and how no one was listening to her. I didn’t know what to believe and my opinion on whether she had the right baby or not changed throughout the book. I did find it really sad at the end and really felt for Sash but I’m glad despite it all she did get her happy ending in the end. I’m glad she got the chance to finally be a mother. It wa ...more
Maria Sol
El libro me gustó, me atrapo al instante, me entretuvo, no lo podía soltar, PEROOOOOOOOO ESTOY INDIGNADA CON EL FINAL!!!!! Por eso no sabia muy bien con cuantas estrellas calificarlo y me decanté con 3 porque el final en este tipo de libros, la resolución de la intriga que mantuvo toda la trama, es muy importante y a mi me dejó perpleja!!!!! O sea, paso todo tan rápido en el final que no llegué a asimilarlo todo y cuando lo pude hacer quería tirar el libro por la ventana (esa soy yo versión exag ...more
Oct 21, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Já é raro ler um livro em 2 dias, mas este foi. Gostei imenso, manteve-me sempre intrigada, enervou-me um bocado, mas isso só me agarrou ainda mais.
Sendo uma estreia da autora, deixa-me muito curiosa com o que vem mais por aí.
Theresa Smith
I was rather unprepared for how completely absorbing and incredibly unsettling this novel was. I thought I was in for an emotional read – and it was! – but the psychological thriller aspect caught me by surprise in the very best of ways. I’m pretty fussy with thrillers, particularly the domestic drama/psychological ones, but Mine ticked all of my boxes soundly. What a literary talent Susi Fox is! This is a cracking debut that is not only engaging but also intelligent, both in terms of its themes ...more
Lisa-Marie Forge
Mar 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
I received this book in exchange for an honest review from Netgalley.

Mine is written by Susi Fox who is medical in background. This really showed through and to get all the details correct, I think it was important.

Sash gives birth via an emergency C-section, and when she goes to see her baby, she is convinced that he (the scans said she was having a girl) wasn't hers.

But staff in the hospital don't believe her, neither does her Dad, neither does her partner. We, as readers, just aren't sure!

Alba Amor por los libros
Bueno, lo cierto es que ha sido un thriller que se me ha quedado un poco corto. En mi opinión le falta trama, que brilla por su ausencia. El 90% del libro es Sasha, la protagonista, dándole vueltas a la idea de que el bebé que le han dado no es el suyo, pero no avanza hacia ningún lado, simplemente se obsesiona y no ocurre nada más, ni pruebas, ni giros ni nada. Hay recuerdos de su pasado que han tenido momentos algo más interesantes que la trama en si. Además el giro final (el único que hay en ...more
Sep 18, 2018 rated it did not like it
I've read some bad books this year but this may just be the worst of the lot. The initial premise is solid but the way it plays out is so so ludicrous. I did not believe one bit of the hospital experience described in the book (I can't believe this was written by a GP!) and after dragging on for an eternity with nothing happening it winds up in the last 50 or so pages with enough ridiculous plot twists to make an episode of the Bold and the Beautiful seem realistic in comparison. I feel sorry fo ...more
Vanee Amorós
Sep 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Un libro que desde el principio te engancha, aunque creo que se repite mucho en varias ocasiones y da la sensación que lo hace para rellenar. Al llegar al final es cuando se pone interesante y creo que lo hace de una manera rápida y predecible. No es un gran libro pero entretiene. Si te gustan las típicas películas de domingo tarde de Antena 3 seguro que te gusta.
Fransy Guerrero
Feb 25, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4/5: Empecé con miedo este libro tras las opiniones tan dispares que escuchaba sobre él y a mi el libro me ha sorprendido gratamente. Es una historia espeluznante, escalofriante y en el que hay que demostrar entereza para ponerse en la piel de la protagonista. Es un libro que si estás embarazada o próxima a ello, recomiendo que no lo leáis porque puede dar una mijilla de trauma. La historia transcurre en un hospital durante una semana en la que vemos como Sasha, le han hecho la cesárea antes de ...more
Kali Napier
Apr 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: aww2018
Full disclosure -- I read Mine in a very early manuscript form. However, this version is so different! The end twist is different, and several storylines that occurred at the mother-baby unit no longer happen. Here we get to see Sasha's husband Mark's POV as well. I felt like I was reading a new book. The only thing that was the same for me between both versions, was they both gripped me totally. Which is saying something the second time around as I thought I knew who'd 'dunnit'. What this adds ...more
Sep 23, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
La sinopsis me atrapo desde el primer momento en que la leí, una mujer que se acaba de aliviar y que asegura que ese no es su hijo, bueno, definitivamente me tenía adentro,sin embargo a pesar de que fue
una lectura con un comienzo ágil, el cual pierde fuerza a mediada que se desarrolla la trama, me mareaba un tanto las ida y venidas del pasado y presente,el cual al finalizar , no le encontré un gran aporte,sin embargo, me pareció excelente el argumento, creo que es algo que a cualquier mujer le
ʚϊɞ Shelley ʚϊɞ
Aug 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
☆☆☆ 1/2 Stars
Wow, what an utterly gripping, chilling and thought provoking read this was! I like twisty books that keep me guessing and this book certainly did that. I thought this was well written and it kept my interest from the first page to the last, all I can say is, it makes you wonder what is really going on in other people's lives and minds.
As a parent myself, having read the synopsis, I knew this book would be a "must read" for me. I was drawn in right from the word go. The narratives
Maite Gil
Me daba un poco de miedo este libro por el tema, pero al ver que a dos buenas amigas les había gustado decidí animarme a leerlo.

La narración es en primera persona a dos voces, lo que me parece un acierto. Sasha nos irá contando todo lo que sucede desde que da a luz, y de la mano de Mark se nos irán desgranando hechos ocurridos en el pasado.

El libro me ha gustado mucho y me ha mantenido enganchada e intrigada durante toda la lectura. Según de iban conociendo datos variaban mis ideas sobre lo que
Adelaide Silva
2,5 * Que desilusão! Tinha todos os ingredientes para ser um bom livro, para ser um thriller psicológico intenso. Aborda um tema muito comum nas mulheres de hoje, a depressão pós parto.
Mar 04, 2018 rated it liked it
Mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand it was a fairly interesting psychological thriller with a good storyline. But on the other hand it was slightly repetitive in the narrative for the first third of the story and too many parts were implausible.
It was hard to know whether to feel sorry for Sasha or whether to feel totally unsympathetic due to her lack of feelings for her newborn. So I found it hard to connect with her character.
The pace was steady but for me it lacked excitement an
Natalie M
Dec 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
Excellent psychological thriller by debut Australian author Susi Fox. The characters and plot take you on a truly intriguing, chilling, brain-twisting journey.
Sasha Moloney awakes after an emergency C-section to find she has given birth not to the expected baby girl but a baby boy. Her maternal instinct tell her this is not her baby. The drama unveils both family and marital issues, medical and technological issues and it keeps developing. This is such a convincing read you feel as though you a
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