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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

To the Edge of Shadows by Joanne Graham

To the Edge of ShadowsTo the Edge of Shadows by Joanne Graham
My rating: 4 of 5 stars



Sarah Phillips was injured in a car crash, she has no memory of what happened or who everyone is let alone where she is. Her Father and her sister died in the crash. The only relative she has is Leah. Her Aunt.
She continues to have headaches, and is suffering from amnesia. She is not in a happy place as you can imagine.

Her Nightmares become part of her daily/night life.

Feeling that her aunt wants to see her Independent in life she decides to moved out, in the block she is living in is another young lady named Ellie.

Ellie has come from parents that abused her, she has memories she wants to forget while Sarah has things to remember.

Things become quite obssessive between the girls and very confusing for Sarah.



Its a good complex story, you need to set some time aside when you first start reading so that you can follow the book OK but once you get started its all good.

Mental health and emotions go hand in hand in this book, and the insight this author had was brilliantly portrayed within its pages.


I would like to thank Legend Press via Net Galley for my copy to read and review

I would definitely recommend this.




Sarah Phillips longs for the simple life - a job to fill her days, a home to return to and a small amount of steps to count between the two. Seriously injured in a car crash when she was thirteen, Sarah has no memory of her childhood or the family she lost.

Ellie Wilson remembers her own past only too well, the cruelty she suffered at the hands of a mother that abused her and a father who couldn’t protect her. She finds Sarah fascinating, a mirror to the life she never had.

But as curiosity spills over into obsession, and as Sarah’s world begins to unravel, Ellie moves ever closer.
 






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