The Perfect Knot by Dr Neha Rai is a story of Abhinav who carries the baggage of a traumatic past with him. His mind is caught in a whirlpool of emotions, he feels choked and monstrous of himself.
Skeletons by Natalie Rodriguez is a thrilling tale rooted in mental illness and comes across as a fine sequel of its predecessor, Elephant. Check out the complete review here.
Mental Maze by Vidit Singh Gautam is an account of a girl Lisa who gradually falls in the abyss of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Maroon in a Sky of Blue by Girish Dutt Shukla explores the intricacies of mental health and the following conflict between illusions and reality. Click here to read the full review.
The Lifesaver by Greeshma Manohar is a well-written book on depression that talks about the subject in focus in good depth.
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a book beyond its time, depicting worsening mental health in an excellent manner.
Elephant by Natalie Rodriguez is an insane coming-of-age psychological suspense novel. It is a book that talks in good detail about the crucial subject of mental health.
'Inside a Dark Box' is a simple book that deftly speaks about the depression through illustrations.
Shhh! Don't Talk About Mental Health by Arjun Gupta is a book that traces the history of mental health in our society, puts forth the myths surrounding it, then goes on to give explanations to properly bust them.
Mental health relates to emotional, psychological and social well-being. This book, What Mina Did, discusses and explores the subject methodically.