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    Childhood trauma/family drama

    Lisa Ballantyne weaves a tale of childhood trauma and a family’s struggle to reconcile the past with the present. Most of the characters are well-developed, giving the reader an in-depth look into their moral character and motivations. Oddly enough, Margaret Holloway, the main character, was the least developed. While I understand her lack of depth relates to her childhood memory loss, I would have liked to know more about adult Margaret so I could make a stronger emotional connection with her as she struggles to remember what happened to her as a child. Billed as Suspense/Thriller, I feel this one is better described as Literature, Family Drama or Contemporary Fiction. Margaret’s childhood is certainly a mystery to her and the author does a beautiful job uncovering her past, but astute readers will have no trouble early in the novel figuring out how this story will end. It’s a satisfying read and definitely worth your time, but I think you’ll enjoy it more knowing upfront that it’s not an edge of your seat thrill ride. *I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. My review was first published at Lazy Day Books.
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    Everything She Forgot

    I enjoyed the read; first time to read from this author. It keep me guessing until the end. I felt the ending to be very sad, just like real life.
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