Sandra SG Wong’s ‘In the Dark We Forget’ Makes Readers Question Their Own Biases [REVIEW]

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With her new psychological thriller, In the Dark We Forget, Sandra SG Wong (Devil Take the Hindmost) does everything but throw a toaster in our bath water to give us a jolt. Told in first person by an unreliable narrator with no memory, she thrusts readers into the woods, isolated and alone, and leaves us to discover along with her protagonist what she can’t recall and why she’s forgotten everything she’s ever known. Readers are in for an unexpected treat with this one.

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An Entire Community Points Fingers at an Amnesiac Auto Accident Survivor in Jeff Abbott’s ‘Blame’ [REVIEW]

When a 17-year-old girl awakens from a tragic car crash that killed her friend, she can’t remember anything about her life in Jeff Abbott’s Blame. (Photo courtesy Canva)
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Two teens caught in a devastating car wreck. One dies. The other’s memory is stolen. What caused the accident? No one knows for sure. And now everyone is pointing fingers at the survivor. But is she really responsible or is she a victim herself? Find out in Jeff Abbott’s psychological thriller, Blame.

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Brad Meltzer’s ‘The House of Secrets’ Is Adventure Fiction At Its Best [REVIEW]

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A woman finds out the stories her father told her as a child may just be true after all in Brad Meltzer and Tod Goldberg’s The House of Secrets. (Photo by Joana Kruse, Arcangel Images)

When an amnesiac awakens in a hospital she can’t even remember her own name. She definitely can’t remember the family secrets that were passed down from one generation to the next. Nor can she recall the tragic car accident that landed her there in the first place. So when strangers show up asking mysterious questions, what’s a girl to do? Find out in Brad Meltzer and Tod Goldberg’s brilliant thriller, The House of Secrets.  Read more of this post