This was a brilliant read from start to finish. No clues were dropped along the way to the final ending, which made it a refreshing change to other books. I cannot even liken it to other books as it is unique in its style.
Pity about the subtitle above. It’s a well written book, suspense well maintained, but if you know there’s a twist it doesn’t take Einstein to predict it. I urge potential readers to only pay attention to the stars given, then the book will not disappoint. Also urge Amazon to remove the “brilliant twist” from all blurbs.
We all think anorexia is about body dysmorphia but often it is about controlling the only thing in the sufferer's life that they can control. It was pretty obvious whose child Sam was, but the book is about peeling back the layers of her memory to accept who hurt Jena. Not a comfortable book to read, but quite engrossing.