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Forget Me Not Paperback – 5 Nov 2015
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"A tightly written tale of domestic suspense . . . Forget Me Not is the type of book that stands or falls on the author’s ability to shift the focus of the reader’s mistrust and dislike from one character to another, and Lewis succeeds brilliantly in this." (Guardian)
"Twisted and captivating" (Culturefly)
"Lewis is simply brilliant at creating unreliable characters and gradually building up the suspense, one sinister chapter at a time . . . Haunting and eerily addictive, FORGET ME NOT is another fantastic thriller from an author who's fast becoming one of my favourite crime writers, and whose books are guaranteed to keep you up until way past your bedtime. If you enjoy suspense and are looking for a spine-chilling read, I promise you'll love this one. I couldn't put it down!" (Books, Biscuits and Tea)
"A gripping, chilling thriller. The plot is complex and unexpected. The characters are flawed, human and totally believable . . . tense and dramatic" (Random Things Through My Letterbox)
About the Author
Luana Lewis is a clinical psychologist and author of two non-fiction books. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University. Visit her website at www.luanalewis.com.
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I have to say I felt very little, if any, sympathy for the 'victim' Vivien, finding her quite an unlikeable character, even before the dynamics between her and her daughter Lexi.
I couldn't even find any affinity with Vivien's husband, Ben. I'm not sure why though - whether it was the character or the way he was written.
I could, sort of, find some collusion with Rose. The never-ending battle between having to work and spending time with your child is one that will ring true to many women. And the ensuing guilt that Rose feels is understandable, as is her desire to look after her granddaughter through her grief.
I'm not sure what I thought; I can recommend it as a good read, but don't go expecting any huge surprises. It won't blow your mind, but it won't bore you either.
I would, however, recommend it because overall It was an intriguing 'who done it ' !!!!
Gave up on reading it after chapter 18, couldn't be bothered to find out how the story ended.
Not as gripping as I hoped it would be.