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Mara Dyer doesn’t think life can get any stranger than waking up in a hospital with no memory of how she got there.
She believes there must be more to the accident she can’t remember that killed her friends and left her mysteriously unharmed.
She doesn’t believe that after everything she’s been through, she can fall in love.
Everything started on a great note though. I've said several times that books that deal with memory loss tend to be pure enjoyment for me. The story usually slowly unwraps in front of your eyes and you get to meet characters slowly. It started that way with Mara, our main character here. After a big accident in which her best friend, so-called friend and boyfriend died and Mara is a sole survivor. Her memories are in blur and slowly she tries to remember. Her family though that it'd be for the best for them to move to Florida.
Then everything started getting bad. First and probably the most annoying thing for me was when we get to meet the love interest here - Noah. You've met this guy before - overprotective, mysterious, of course great-looking, oh and I almost forgot filthy rich. It was so cliche that I couldn't but roll my eyes all the time. Mara of course falls deeply in love and you know how that goes.
There was also a problem of presenting this book as paranormal when it actually can be placed easily on contemporary shelf. There are hints of paranormal here and there but what is going on is a total mystery till the end. I guess it all gets developed in the sequel but there wasn't enough information to get me interested for the whole concept.
If I had read this few years ago I'd have probably loved it. Today a lot of things here fall into "been there, done that" category.
Rating: 2 stars.
Until the next time,