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    good but a theme i have read before

    "The word twilight suggests falling away into darkness, the strange, dreamlike in-between time, when day isn’t quite finished and night hasn’t quite begun. Kyra hovers in that limbo, not entirely herself without her memory and plunging into a terrifying night as her life unravels. However, she also finds beauty and hope in twilight. She remembers magical nights, when she walked the beach and discovered unusual marine species beneath the moonlight. And night always becomes day again. Darkness leads to dawn. She discovers her own inner strength and reclaims her life." -online author Q&A The Twilight Wife is a standalone, psychological suspense novel written by author A.J. Banner. After suffering a head injury, the heroine is struggling with memory loss. As with other novels with a similar plot, she comes across information, people, and experiences that challenge the memories she has been told. The Twilight Wife felt very familiar to me (think Before I Go to Sleep), but I very much enjoyed A.J. Banner's detail to the heroine's line of work as a marine biologist. This addition added lovely visuals for me while reading and even prompted me to look up a few terms/sea life words I had never heard of before. Although the bulk of this book isn't something I hadn't read before, I certainly don't regret reading it. Check it out! My favorite quote: "None of us is bound by the past."
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    The twilight wife

    Super read with suspense and a twist you didnt see coming. Nice writing. Enjoyedthis book very much.
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    Middle of the road

    This was a kind of middle of the road book for me, not bad, but certainly not great. I suspected almost from the beginning what was happening, I just wasn't sure of the details. I did love the descriptions of the island and found Kyra's job to be interesting. One of those books that will be quickly forgotten, I think.

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