Deeply depressing to read, at times painfully indulgent - going into feelings about losing someone close at great depth. Rather too close to the bone, especially in the light of recent real life events, involving the murder of a young woman, whose body is discovered in the snow. Not for the faint hearted or for anyone, who has a daughter in fact.
the first book I have read for a number of years and finished and what a one to chose to finish!!!!! I was gripped, as mentioned by others alittle close to the bone as a mother and a sister; many aspects identifiable. But a brillant not to be missed book. recommending it to everyone. thanks to Rosamund Lupton for inspiring me to read again.
Thought this book was absolutely brilliant - read it in under 2 days over a weekend as I just could not put it down. Really felt an affinity for Bee (and Tess through Bee's thoughts of her). Interesting twist in the tale at the end - didn't find it depressing though!