Friday, May 15, 2015
Peter Ryan wakes up on a typical morning only to find his house empty, his wife and daughter nowhere to be found. His world is shattered after a phone call to a friend confirms the impossible: his wife and daughter died in a car accident he does not remember. Haunted by faint memories and flashes of details, Peter becomes convinced that something isn’t right and begins to question reality. When he discovers a note in his daughter’s handwriting, strange memories begin to surface that cause him to second-guess nearly everything he once believed. Suddenly armed men show up at Peter’s home, turning the mysterious puzzle of his past into a dangerous game of cat and mouse. On the run and unsure whom to trust, Peter has to discover what’s real and what isn’t . . . before he loses everything.
My thoughts: This one had my full attention from the get go! Just like his other books, this one is a suspenseful ride as you try to figure out what in the world is going on with Peter Ryan's memories. He does a wonderful job of keeping the pace up and leaving readers guessing up to the end. My only warning is that the book does have a lot of dead bodies, which was a bit much for me at times. Otherwise, though, it is an interesting read that will have you looking over your shoulder!
I received this book from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.