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This book kept me guessing all of the way through. After the doubt put into my mind by what Wieder told Flynn about memories, I realised that I couldn't trust anything the characters said. Memories can be altered and invented by your brain because of a conversation you've overheard or what you want to believe. Revealing this to the reader messes with their perception of the story and adds a whole lot more intrigue. It ensures that you want to read to the end and see if the truth is ever really uncovered.
I thought all of the characters brought something to the story in their own way and I loved the ending as well because it really explained why the killer did what they did. Where a lot of books simply reveal who the murderer was and skip over the details quickly, this book explained the motivation behind it. Additionally, it didn't leave me with lots of annoying unanswered questions.
The only drawback for me was that the first chapter took me a while to get into. However once I had read to the end of Flynn's manuscript excerpt, I was hooked.
I enjoyed this book very much and would give it 4.5 out of 5 and absolutely recommend it. Definitely worth going and getting a copy. It was gripping, brilliantly manipulative and a satisfying read.
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