Fast moving, twisty, psychological thriller
My rating: 5 out of 5
Rosie has been involved in an accident and turns to Samantha Willerby, a clinical psychologist, for help regaining her memory so that she can understand what happened.
Sam is keen to help her new patient get back her memories of what happened before the accident, however before long it appears that Rosie may have more than one motive for attending the therapy sessions.
The short chapters are told from the points of view of Rosie and Sam, are easy to follow, and move at a fast pace. There are twists, and soon Rosie’s behaviour becomes unnerving.
This is the second book in the Samantha Willerby series, but can be read as stand alone.
5*s from me as I enjoyed the pace and the storyline was great. However it was Rosie’s behaviour that made this thriller really buzz. Sam makes a diagnosis of Rosie’s illness, which was interesting to google – and quite disturbing. I’m looking forward to reading the 3rd book in this series.
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