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I hear screams in my head.
I see blood on my hands.
When I look in the mirror I see a stranger.
How is it that I can remember bits and pieces of my life, but nothing of any importance and nothing that makes any sense? Everything is twisted and nothing is right. I’m choking with every breath I take, suffocating on the unknown.
Two days ago, everything changed. Two days ago, the people I should trust the most became strangers in my convoluted head. The dreams I have can’t be real. The fleeting memories that whisper through my mind are scary and wrong…they have to be. If they aren’t, I have something much worse to fear than my fractured mind. I need to find out the truth, even if it destroys me.
I've been told my name is Ravenna Duskin. I’m eighteen years old and I live in a prison…
Tara flexes her writing muscles!
I'm totally at a loss for words. Is there any genre Tara Sivec can't write well? I guess it just goes to show how talented of a story teller she is. This book completely took me by surprise. I knew going in it was dark, darker than anything Tara had written before, but I wasn't expecting anything like this. Don't get me wrong, the book is dark, but it's on that can't accurately be categorized. The story is full of mystery and suspense.
I was hooked from the opening pages. I wanted to know who was being chased in the dark and why. Ravenna Duskin is piecing together the puzzle of her identity. She doesn't know who she is. All she knows is that she woke up without her memory. Everyone is telling her one thing while her mind and body tell her another. It was fascinating trying to watch her put together all of the pieces. I tried to do the same, however I wasn't as good as she was at finding out information.
When the truth was finally out, my jaw was on the floor. I would've never in a million years guessed the truth behind Ravenna's memory loss. It was really, truly disturbing, so I'd say Tara did a fine job at playing mind games with me. I will say this, if you're one of those people who likes to read the end before the beginning, DO NOT. It will ruin the entire book for you. I really can't say much more without ruining the book, so if you're in the mood for a story that slowly builds to a fantastic climax and will totally mess with your head, pick up this book!
PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER THAT WILL KEEP YOU GUESSING.
Ravenna is eighteen and lives in a prison with her parents. Ravenna struggles to regain her memory from suffering a two day coma.
Its got an eerie feeling to it. Ravenna is trying to ask the questions that need answers for what happened to her. Ravenna questions everyone she knows. But all anyone keeps informing her is that she is a good girl.
Something is brewing inside that prison. Some secret Ravenna discovered that is hidden.
I find the story is challenging trying to unravel the secrets. Not just unknown information about Ravenna but the true secrets inside the prison. It's a dark story. It's quite different from Tara's other stories and that's what is appealing to me. I love the feeling of being watched and falling off the edge. It's creepy and alluring.
I'm super thrilled Tara wrote this psychological thriller. It's challenging finding good stories and when a favorite and familiar author writes a story this good it's a bonus. I'm anxiously awaiting on pins and needles as the truth unfolds.
This was twisted and evil. I'm having weird thoughts about the epilogue to this story. It's demented. It's so bad it's good. Great writing. I was not too surprised by the unveiling. I thought it was clever and disturbing. It all made sense in the end. I'm more worried about my frame of mind because I enjoyed it.
Psychological thriller that will have you guessing along the way. It's a standalone.
I read your typical teenage romance novels and I eat them up. This is not that. It is freaky and interesting. It didn't life my spirits but defiantly kept me entertained. Great writing too!