On Cara’s graduation night tragedy occurs, an event so catastrophic it tears Cara’s family apart and sends her sister Anna into a tailspin of depression and alcoholism . But what really happened that fateful night? Is Cara really the victim or is all a cleverly crafted story to save her life?
I liked the premise of this story. Graduation night, a terrible accident, amensia and story which doesn’t quite add up. From early on you realise that Cara isn’t telling the whole truth and there is something sinister going on. I didn’t have it quite right but the overall gist was pretty obvious. Cara’s character was well rounded (and despicable) but I didn’t really get much of a sense of the other characters. It would have been nice to have some chapters from other points of views to flesh them out.
While it didn’t hold many twists or surprises and the writing won’t win any awards this was a quick, easy read and just what I needed after a couple of heavy historical books.
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