The voice on the wind.
The presence in her dreams.
The feelings she can’t control.
Sixteen-year-old Melissa has been diagnosed with Survivor Syndrome, the guilt of having escaped from a car crash in which her mother died.
However, when on holiday in the rugged moorlands of the English countryside, she begins to see and hear things she can’t explain. And so she must ask herself: are these also symptoms of her illness? Or are they signs that her mother is reaching out to her from beyond the grave?
A tense, psychological thriller. Can YOU spot the clues to the final shocking twist?
4 Shocked As Hell Stars
Wow.. I don't know when was the last time I was stunned by a book that much. I've heard and read about twists, but I was completely taken back by this one. I didn't expect the twist and I was so surprised, staring like a fool, open mouthed and blinking, in case I lost something that didn't gave me the hints.
For a person who doesn't read thrillers very often, I have to admit that I liked it. I knew that it was a mystery and PNR kind of book, but the amount of suspense and the fact that it made me hold my breath at a couple of scenes, truly did it for me.
In this story there's Melissa, a teenage girl, who lost her mother a year ago in a car accident. The girl managed to escape from the car, but she was diagnosed with Survivor Syndrome.
She goes with her father on a trip at the english countryside. Meanwhile she begins to hear and see unexplainable things.. She meets Luke, who's twice her age, but there's a connection between them since the moment they meet.
I really don't want to say anything more, but there's a lot of tension and mystery and
OMG. THE TWIST. THE TWIST.
If you like suspense, mystery and thriller I think this will work for you. I would have rated this 3.5, but I'm giving it a 4 just because of the end! Good job Maggy Farrell!
Copy provided in exchange for an honest review by Lovers of Paranormal