BOOK REVIEW MY HUSBAND THE STRANGER BY REBECCA DONE 

It’s a funny thing, when the future you dreamed of can never be anywhere  but the past .

When Molly married Alex Frazer , she knew it was for ever. Theirs would be the perfect future. 

In sickness and in health.

But a terrible injury after a night out ledges Alex with permanent brain damage. In a single moment the man she married is transformed into someone new. Someone who has forgotten how to love her. And someone molly isn’t sure she can ever love again. 

Till death do us part .

The Alec she married no longer exists . Even with his twin brother Graeme willing to help , molly isn’t sure that she can go on . How can she stay married to a man she doesn’t know?  Should she let the future she dreamed of slip through her fingers?  And what really happened on the night that turned her husband into a stranger ?

Firstly a huge thank you to Sarah at penguin for sending me a copy to review .

I have read this front to back cover in one go ..so you know it’s a brilliant read when that happens. 

This explores what happens when the building blocks your marriage is based on are destroyed. 

What happens when your husband isn’t the same man anymore.

She finds herself in a new area and in a new role …not just a loving wife but as a carer.

It’s not easy but she loves him right?

Told in narratives of past and present and of each voice so as the reader we got to see what he was like before the accident . 

We learn not all is as 


 it seems especially regarding some characters. 

Thought provoking and a enjoyable read. 

Published 6th April 

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