Someone else remembers:
As the dark nights draw in, the anniversary of the loss of her brother looms and Frankie is drawn back to the memories of that fateful night 20 years previously. As she descends into a guilt-ridden state, she begins to suspect that someone else is also remembering that night and they are determined to terrify her.
Can she confront her past before its too late?
Firsty i would like to say thank you to Rachel at Rachels Random Resources and to NetGalley and the publisher for my copy of the ebook.
Have you ever been in a long-term relationship where your not really 100% sure if your happy? I’m sure we have all been there, and this is definitely the main theme of this book, mixed in with a lot of deep guilt held by the main character for something that happened twenty years ago.
I was hooked by this story from the prologue, it was equally as gripping as it was intriguing, and the author carried that on with each chapter. I loved the separate chapters from NOW and 1998, each ending on a slight cliff-hanger making you NEED to read on.
The main character Frankie was 100% relatable and likeable, I saw quite a bit of myself in her, and I found myself playing the detective along with her trying to figure out who it was leaving the messages. My mind changed quite a few times during the course of the book but I DID NOT once think it was THEM!! That was an incredible twist to the book and one I did not see coming, and left my jaw on the floor.
I would definitely recommend this book to any lover of a good thriller, this book will certainly keep you on your toes.
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