I picked this book while looking around a bookstore. I had never heard of it, and it was not a normal type of read for me. However, the writing looked good and it was on sale so I decided that I would give it a try.
The writing remained good. The sentences flowed well, the characters were well developed, while purposely being not developed. While confusing for me to explain, Banner did an excellent job with the characters in this book. They were real people, and yet completely disconnected. For this story it was perfect.
The main character was the most intriguing. The reader is finding out about her at the same time that she is finding out about herself. Her memories leave a mystery. I can honestly say that I did not see the ending coming in the completeness that it did. I had my theories, and they were not quite correct. It was very well done.
I was impressed with how Banner handled the psychological aspect of it all, although the therapist annoyed me quite a bit. I am really glad that I decided to pick this book up. It was a refreshing change, and I have found I added yet another psychological thriller to my reading list this month because I enjoyed it so well.
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