When Chloe falls asleep in study hall, it is the middle of May. When she wakes up, snow is on the ground and she can't remember the last six months of her life.
Before, she'd been a mediocre student. Now she's on track for valedictorian and is being recruited by Ivy League schools. Before, she never had a chance with super jock Blake. Now he's her boyfriend. Before, she and Maggie were inseparable. Now her best friend won't speak to her.
What happened to Chloe? Remembering the truth could be more dangerous than she knows.…
©2013 Natalie D. Richards (P)2014 Tantor
This was the quest of a girl who woke up and discovered it was six months after she thought it was. She is trying to regain her memories, not let on how much she has forgotten, and figure out the danger those memories hold . Worth a read.
This book was filled with so many surprises. I had a physical copy of the book while I was listening to the narrator. The narrator was great, she really helped me visualize what was going on by how she described everything with just the right conviction. I really hope this book would be made into a movie I know many people would watch it. A little biased but I would watch it :) for anyone who likes mystery books I definitely recommend. Have fun & enjoy the story of six months later.
I was intrigued by the concept of this book: a girl trying to figure out why she's missing six months of her life. But the weak and repetitive dialog (and internal monologs) wore me down. I struggled to finish this book and actually abandoned it for a few days.
The one-dimensional, male characters add little to the story. The villain appears suddenly at the end, apparently just so that he can partially explain himself. We're left to speculate on the roles and activities of his fellow plotters, following an unsatisfying end of the novel.
The narration by Emily Woo Zeller is well-done.
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