In my opinion...
This novel is absorbing and horrifying, well written and hard to put down.
The dual timeline keeps the reader hanging in suspense each time it shifts perspective, as yet another piece of the puzzle is revealed.
For me this was not an enjoyable book, it's not meant to be, the subject matter is dark and uncomfortable but as a thriller with endless twists right to the end, it is extremely successful, even the closing image is very powerful.
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What if you knew the truth but couldn’t remember?
Over a decade ago, Heidi was the victim of a brutal attack that left her hospitalised, her younger sister missing, and her best friend dead. But Heidi doesn’t remember any of that. She’s lived her life since then with little memory of her friends and family and no recollection of the crime.
Now, it’s all starting to come back.
As Heidi begins retracing the events that lead to the assault, she is forced to confront the pain and guilt she’s long kept buried. But Heidi isn’t the only one digging up the past, and the closer she gets to remembering the truth, the more danger she’s in.
When the truth is worse than fiction, is the past worth reliving?
A very unsettled 4 glasses
Thank you NetGalley and @AgoraBooksLDN for my ARC