Saturday, May 23, 2015

Review : The Forgotten Girl

The Forgotten Girl by Jessica Sorensen

Genre: New Adult, Suspense, Mystery, Contemporary, Thriller, Crime, Dark, Romance
Pages: 350
Goodreads: Click
Published : May 13, 2014
Purchase Link : Amazon

Twenty-one year-old Maddie Asherford is haunted by a past she can’t remember. When she was fifteen years old, there was a tragic accident and she was left with amnesia. 

In the aftermath, Maddie’s left struggling with who she is—the forgotten girl she was six years ago or the Maddie she is now. Sometimes it even feels like she might be two different people completely—the good Maddie and the bad one.

Good Maddie goes to therapy, spends time with her family, and works on healing herself. Bad Maddie rebels and has dark thoughts of hurting people and sometimes even killing them.

Maddie manages to keep her twisted thoughts hidden for the most part. That is until she starts having blackouts. Each time she wakes up from one, she’s near a murder scene with no recollection of what happened the night before and this helpless feeling like she’s losing control of her life. Maddie doesn’t want to believe she’s a killer, but she begins to question who she really was in her past. If she was bad Maddie all along and that maybe she was a killer.

"The moment you realize that it's okay to be yourself, is the moment it'll be easier for you to live."

Wow, this book is trippy. It will mess with you head leaving you just as confused as the character. I really loved this book it is a sort of dual point of view with Maddie and Lily. I loved how everything progressed seeing the mind of Maddie of what happened and wondering what was the mystery behind the murders and her past that made her who she is. There is so much going on making you question what you thought was true or not when it came to solving who was behind everything.

"It's hard to see the reality when there's so much craziness inside me."

Take my word on it you're going to want to check out this book. Can't wait to see what happens next!

"We're all two people in a way... the one we show to everyone else and the one we keep hidden to ourselves."

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