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  • Don't Close Your Eyes.

    So many layers to this book. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Kept me up past my bedtime as I found it very hard to put down.

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  • Confusi

    I found it confusing going back and forth in time!

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  • Hooked

    This book had me hooked with a twist I didn't see coming. Great author- look forward to more- highly recommend.

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  • Dont close your eyes

    I have lived amongst the charactor in this story for as long a it has taken me to read the book Thank you Holly for the great read

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  • gripping, tense, hard to put down

    This is the story about Robin and Sarah, twin sisters, once close, but now they haven’t spoken in years. Both have problems and need help. Robin hasn’t left her house for a long time, she can’t. She spends her days looking out the window, spying on her neighbors, making up stories about their lives. Her sister, Sarah, can’t go back home to her husband and little daughter. He husband had her thrown out of the house and won’t let her see her girl. But Sarah won’t stop trying to get her daughter back and she will do anything. The story is told in alternating chapters between Sarah and Robin. Telling about a family, broken apart and two sisters becoming strangers, both emotionally damaged. It’s not a fast paced novel, but the last 10% really make up for that. The pace quickens and there’s happening so much, that it is impossible to stop reading. A gripping novel, hard to put down. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Atlantic Books!

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