Remember Me by D.E. (Daisy) White

☆☆☆ 1/2
ebook, 295 pages
Expected publication: February 6th 2019 by HQ Digital
About the Book:
Fifteen years ago Ellen Smith vanished from the woods near her small Welsh village. Never to be seen again. Eight people were in the woods that night: eight splintered lives, eight people hiding a terrible secret. But who can remember the truth? Now, Ellen’s best friend, Detective Ava Cole is all grown up back in the village where it all began, and everyone is asking the same question. What really happened to Ellen?

I have a weak spot for a good psychological thriller and I was drawn to Remember Me as soon as I saw the cover and blurb. My first impression wasn’t wrong: this story without doubt delivered. Remember Me isn’t just another well written suspense story with an intriguing plot and a mystery to unravel though. The development of the characters in general is very realistic and they feel genuine. The writing style is very engaging and makes it really easy to enjoy this story, and the many many plot twists will keep you guessing about what is really going on until the very end. You won’t see the final revelations coming.

With all the dishonesty and the strange, sometimes violent, goings on you can feel the tension slowly building. So much duplicity, so many lies. You will think that you know, but you really won’t. Remember Me is a well written psychological thriller with a healthy dose of mystery and suspense that also manages to incorporate a very important topic realistically while adding an original touch to the story at the same time. There are lots and lots of plot twists as well to keep you busy and all in all it’s a great read. If you like an intriguing and suspenseful read, full of duplicitous characters and mistrust, then you should absolutely give this a go.

Thank you NetGalley, HQ Digital and Daisy White for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.

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