Eloise wakes up on a Greek island surrounded by strangers and with no memory of who she is and how she got there.
Meanwhile in London Lachlan is frantically trying to find his wife, who’s disappeared without a trace.
As both frantically spiral into their fears, secrets are revealed and things thought left in the past resurface.
What starts out like a fairly typical thriller soon becomes something else. The exploration of mental illness and people’s choices is thought provoking without feeling exploitative and the characters, while definitely privileged, are flawed and relatable.
Due for publication on 15th June 2017, I really enjoyed this book. I like a good psychological thriller and this is definitely a good one.
This ARC was in Illumicrate 6 and I didn’t so much read it as devour it in one sitting.
I liked Lawrence’s previous trilogy The Broken Empire so I knew his style but this book was just so good I couldn’t put it down.
It’s fantasy but it’s also a thriller. Nona Grey is given to the child-seller and sent off to the capital where her life is saved by a rather unusual (by our standards) convent.
Nona comes to see that what makes her different makes her special.
I desperately don’t want to spoil this for anyone but it’s really good. Lots of mystery and intrigue, great plotting and characterisation. Well written and gripping.
It’s properly published in April but I already can’t wait for the sequel which probably won’t appear till next year.