Follow Liz Burke in this sometimes dark and intense epic as she struggles for identity and freedom set in a 1940s Pennsylvania coal town.
It was a hard read for me. A lot of tragedy and mistakes she had made with a climax short at the end. It would have been nice to see more justice served with Nick. He didn't have to pay for anything! Got the house the car the money the kids near him and Liz telling them to love him even though he's mean and rude to them and never admits to his crimes. Her children don't even believe her in the end. I wondered if the diary was ever going to re-surface and bite him in the ass. Just a disappointing ending after enduring all of the pain she went through throughout the book.
I loved this book. not at all the plot I expected. I was at the edge of my seat...I listened even when laying down for bed. the most upsetting part for me was when it was over...due to I was so drawn into their lives. I have so many questions and a yearning for the story to continue. I truly hope there is a sequel to follow. five stars for sure!!!