I've read two of Jane Fallon's books before, so I was curious to see where this one would take me. In short? LOVE IT. Jane Fallon, but with a small, new change I didn't see coming!
"The air is dead with the stench of blood. Mine. His." I was hooked - right from the start. I was in for the ride of my life, but I didn't know it yet. All I have to say is: be aware of the triggers and now that this is a story about a survivor, written by a survivor.
I've been wanting to read this novel ever since I heard about it. Even reviews saying "they couldn't connect with the main character because she was way too straight-forward and sarcastic " didn't stop me at all. Why? Well, maybe because I'm way too straight-foward and sarcastic and not ashamed of it. That might be why.. I'm not sure though. What do you think?
My review on "More Than We Can Tell" by Brigid Kemmerer.
My review on "Thirteen Reasons Why" by Jay Asher.