What if a tragedy occurred and you only had yourself to blame? How do you move on from the past?
Alex Foster lives a quiet life, avoiding the home she hasn’t visited in eight years. Then her sister Jaime calls. Their mother is sick, and Alex must return. Suddenly she’s plunged back into the past she’s been trying to escape.
Returning to her hometown, memories of the tragic accident that has haunted her and her family are impossible to ignore. Alex still blames herself for what happened to her brother and it’s soon clear that her father holds her responsible too. As Alex struggles to cope, can she ever escape the ghosts of the past?
Firstly a big thank you to Cara at Mira books for this beautiful review copy.I had the chance to review her last book which I loved and was one of my favourite reads of the summer .
This book seemed to take a while for me to get into and does have a different feel to her last book and I found that difficult to adjust to .
This is quite a dark read and you can feel everyones anguish and pain which makes for intense atmosphere .
People are living in the past and struggling to live for the present until something happens which puts a stop to it .
When someone you love is ill it makes you see things in a different way .