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    Fantastic read

    Someone Like Me, written by M.R. Carey is a stand alone book that will have you shaking your head, thinking what just happen and still leave you wanting more. This is not the first book by Mr. Carey that I have absolutely loved and I am sure it will not be my last. I love when I find a book that becomes embed into your psyche, rattle around in there until you are consumed by the story. Someone Like Me is one of those books. I find that books like this are very difficult to review, I don't feel that my review can do it the justice it deserves, it's just that good. There were so many aspects of this book that captivated me, the first being the strong female characters in this book. Liz, a survivor of domestic abuse, is trying her best to raise her two children, Zac who is sixteen and Molly who is six years old. The other female character is Fran, who survived an abduction when she was six and at sixteen she is still trying to cope with all the issues she is left with. I admired the relationship she shares with her father, who is trying his best to raise Fran on his own. There were times throughout this book that I actually cheered for Liz and Fran, but there were also times that my heart ached for them. Last but not least, Lady J, she is definitely my hero! The storyline - where do I start, without giving too much away, that is the difficulty here. Two women who are trying to cope with what life has thrown at them… how these two women's lives crash into one another, the same but different. There are so many things going on in this book, from selfless love to intense hate, from sanity to insanity, from reality to.…. This book explores not only the vastness of how our minds work and how our minds can protect us, but it puts an incredible twist right dab in the middle of it all. What you need to know about this book is that you will be totally obsessed with it, it will slowly wrap its tentacles around you until you will not be able to put it down. If you are looking for something different to read, look no further. I highly recommend this book. Happy Reading! ***I kindly received an ARC of this book by way of NetGalley/publisher/author. I was not contacted, asked or required to leave a review in order to read this book. I received no compensation, financial or otherwise. This is my honest review.***
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    someone like me

    Im sorry but did not like this book. It was somewhat interting but not my genre or type of story. But very imaginative.
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