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  • Confusing

    Storyline jumps all over the place. Hard to read.

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  • Who I am

    I struggled to get to the end of this book, got rather confused with so many characters. I did end up skimming over some of the chapters. Not the best book I have read.

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  • Dark

    Thank you to NetGalley, Aria and Sarah Simpson for this ARC of Who I AM in return for my honest review. This is the first book I have read by this author and will be seeking out any others after this one. Camilla and Andi met and shared a room during university days. Although from totally different backgrounds and upbringings they became best friends and were in the same accommodation as Jo and Cara during those days with an undercurrent of jealousy between Cara and Camilla. A graduation party saw a tragic accident when two out of the four were lost at sea and assumed dead. A third one apparently committed suicide as a result of this, shortly afterwards. The novel is based around Camilla and Andi from the university days to the present day but it is not clear how this has happened until towards the end. Deep and dark and thoroughly enjoyable. Recommended.

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  • Utterly confusing

    This was an incredibly difficult read for me. It was so confusing I had to keep going back to who was speaking and what year it was. I kept on plodding through thinking I’d eventually get to a point where confusion turns into enjoying the story but it never happened.

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  • Engrossing read!

    Thrilling and challenging mystery about what happened to four college co-eds almost twenty years earlier. The past rears its ugly head when a mysterious person realizes that revenge is the only answer in the compelling Who I Am. Down-on-her-luck Camille insinuates her way into the life and house of college friends rich Andi, suspicious Clara and quiet Jo. A boat disaster breaks up the friends in the worst way possible. Now one of the friends is stalking Andi looking for revenge. Split into three first person narratives at three different time periods, Who I Am is a twisty rollercoaster of a read. First, there is the slow clanking of the build-up to the first pause at the top of the ride. At this point, we learn the story of what happened to the four roommates on the night of a boating accident. There were only two survivors so why are there three narrators? And whoosh we are plunging downhill on the ride. There are many twists and turns in the plot—some foreseen and some not. The psychological suspense sets up an atmosphere of dread. The reader feels a twist coming but isn’t sure where it will lead. Who I Am is a perfect Fall read. It is creepy, convoluted and has a challenging mystery to solve. So put on some sweats, get a cup of hot cocoa and settle in for an engrossing evening. 4 stars! Thanks to Aria Books and NetGalley for an advance copy in exchange for an honest review.

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